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Oct. 6

October 6, 2011 --

Whistleblower suit in ATL targets major banks State looking at HOT lane changes; drivers fight back Citizens demand Ogeechee oversight

Oct. 5

October 5, 2011 --

Report: Farm labor shortages may cost Ga. economy $391M The scary side of day care Lawsuit claims banks cheated veterans with fees Forsyth Co. commissioner sought attorney general’s e-mails APS officials want erasure analysis thrown out Lawmakers call for 3rd-party inspection to protect Ogeechee Lawsuit: Columbus city manager covered up arks & Rec scandal

Sept. 3

September 3, 2011 --

ATL tosses out airport concession bids, starts over Price tag for ATL jail jumps to $85M Grady CEO’s old hospital settles fraud case for $1.4M Regulators close 2 more Ga. banks

April 30

April 30, 2011 --

Cobb superintendent: Board is ‘not effective’ Ga. ethics panel struggles with budget cuts Feds: Savannah developer schemed with banks Medical college salaries drop

March 27

March 27, 2011 --

Beverly Hall closely tracked CRCT results Public pension crisis threatens your wallet ATL schools underfunded pension plan by $500M Lobbyist dollars flow in Sunday sales campaign Fewer monitors for Ga. banks S. Ga. police chief arrested in inmate beating

March 11

March 11, 2011 --

Arbitrators: Developer should pay $43M to FDIC, banks UGA professor scolded for failing to report harassment ATL superintendent’s personal e-mails subpoenaed Open gov’t law rewrite unlikely to pass this session House passes patients’ ‘right to know’ on malpractice insurance Forsyth County backs off ethics amendments 3 Columbus Parks & Rec defendants get no jail time

Nov. 14

November 14, 2010 --

Perdue draws ethics focus; his companies seek business with ports Fulton prosecutions thrown out because trials long delayed Failed banks face FDIC threat Cobb County manager law not followed The Capitol coup against Casey Cagle Augusta judges’ sentencing varies

Sept. 19

September 19, 2010 --

Banks find ways to charge credit card users

Sept. 15

September 15, 2010 --

Deal could face financial insolvency after backing family business 7 other Bishop scholarships drawing scrutiny Five Ga. banks behind on TARP ‘Bodies’ exhibit promoter reaches deal with Missouri AG Athens preservation ordinance ineffective 2nd DeKalb school board member reprimanded Clayton Co. targets double-dipping by tax commissioner’s office

July 20

July 20, 2010 --

Ex-airport manager claims mayoral cronyism influenced contract DeKalb schools overspent on lawyers USDA official resigns after bias claim Ethics Commission pushes forward with Oxendine subpoenas Leaders of failed banks could face lawsuits Cobb school board member wants $41K recall reimbursement Missing equipment added to Gwinnett police narcotics probe Did UGA commit NCAA violations at ‘Dawg […]

May 28

May 29, 2010 --

Graves, Rogers deny bank’s claims in loan dispute Oxendine’s lawyer upset about timing of ethics hearing Barnes bashes bailed-out banks but invests in them — and reaps their dividends DeKalb board: ‘This is not normal business’ GBI launches probe of tasing of autistic teen on Tybee Opinion: Chatham ‘green’? What a joke

6 unfilled bank examiner jobs: $276,461

January 28, 2010 --

Gov. Sonny Perdue says Georgia can save that much next year by keeping six bank examiner jobs vacant. Maybe the thinking is that Georgia doesn’t need as many bank examiners because Georgia doesn’t have as many banks as it used to. Or, on the other hand, maybe we’d have more banks if it had more bank examiners.