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Jan. 20

January 20, 2012 --

Loophole allows big tobacco’s $40K gift to Cagle’s PAC to go undisclosed in Georgia Georgia gets low marks in fighting tobacco Report: DeKalb schools have too many administrators Tapes show ex-superintendent bullying state official over cheating investigation Judge: ATL must turn over more documents to losing airport bidders Two new suits filed against ATL over […]

Jan. 15

January 16, 2012 --

Ga. failure not the only ethanol misadventure ‘Disadvantaged’ businesses won airport contracts Mayor Reed disclosure report shows airport bid refunds 3 losing airport bidders file suit Opinion: Limit dollar distraction with ethics legislation Efforts intensify to curb Fulton County’s tax lien sales Police arrest state representative for DUI

Jan. 12

January 12, 2012 --

Airport manager asked for names of disqualified bidders Fulton County not quite as bloated as detractors claim DA investigating MARTA cop who shot teen Homeless lived along downtown ledge cleared out on short notice Cobb EMC’s pursuit cools on coal-fired power plant EPA: Georgia plant is biggest greenhouse gas producer Wilkinson Co. tax commissioner facing […]

Jan. 11

January 11, 2012 --

DeKalb convenes grand jury to probe possible watershed corruption Second time a charm for two airport concession bidders City loses court hearing in battle over airport concession case Fayette Co. school board settles voting lawsuit with NAACP

Jan. 10

January 10, 2012 --

State Patrol: ‘Corrections will be made’ after crash that killed Braves trainer’s wife Airport concessions director had past ties to 3 winning bidders ATL school board member accused of meddling with contracts Position still vacant year after ‘love offering’ magistrate’s reappointment rescinded Special prosecutor named to consider charges against ex-Judge Amanda Williams

Jan. 7

January 7, 2012 --

Mayor says he’s keeping $57K donated by airport bidders just before bid process Trooper had history of wrecks prior to fatal crash DeKalb superintendent sidelines finance chief 2nd criminal case moves forward against ex-Cobb EMC chief 5 teachers cleared in APS cheating scandal

Meet MARTA’s new lobbyists (the ones Jill Chambers won’t talk to)

Meet MARTA's new lobbyists (the ones Jill Chambers won't talk to)
October 23, 2009 --

New lobbyists soon will help MARTA look for the state’s help in closing a projected $130 million budget deficit. The transit agency’s chief legislative overseer refuses to meet with them, but MARTA officials seem OK with that. They’re after bigger game. The lobbyists’ pitch to MARTA, led by Ellen Williams Reynolds, offers a plan to connect with key House and Senate Republicans. And the lobbying team includes a former executive of the Georgia GOP and the husband of state Human Resources Commissioner B.J. Reynolds.