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Nov. 8

November 8, 2011 --

State immigration law beset with gaps, confusion Testimony: Fulton teacher abused special-needs students, principal ignored it Hundreds of Ga. teachers failed certification test Trial begins today in tea party group’s suit vs. founder Rayonier acknowledges issues with Altamaha River waste Savannah authority’s audit shows high costs for food, office supplies

Sept. 30

September 30, 2011 --

Teachers question raises for Cobb superintendent’s staff Transparency confusion hits Valdosta candidates Austell mayor defends hiring firm owing $19K in back taxes Ex-Columbia Co. commissioner reindicted for child molestation

New Gulf compensation chief lags in claims

New Gulf compensation chief lags in claims
September 1, 2010 --

Just over a week ago, when Kenneth Feinberg took over handling of damage claims from the Gulf oil spill, he promised to cut through the delays and confusion common under the much-maligned BP system. But Feinberg’s goals – particularly his pledge to respond to personal claims for emergency payments within 48 hours – may be overly ambitious. Applicants say that they have not received responses within two days of filing claims and have encountered an array of service problems.