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Report: Paul Broun among ‘most corrupt’ Congress-persons

Report: Paul Broun among 'most corrupt' Congress-persons
September 13, 2012 --

Paul Broun’s conflicting accounts of more than $300,000 in loans to his election campaign make him one of the most corrupt members of Congress, a Washington activist group says.

Sept. 17

September 17, 2011 --

The Troy Davis case: A hstory and a look ahead Is Cobb EMC subsidizing S. Ga. members? Ex-congressman Swindall gets probation in campaign funds case Hearings delayed for high-salaried APS officials Audit: Colleges obeying law on in-state tuition UGA toughens sexual harassment policy

Aug. 7

August 7, 2011 --

HIV aid pipeline clogged by state Charity-care hospital regulations scrutinized Imperial Sugar knew of safety problem, attorney says Congressman proposes term limit for campaign donations State’s reporting on abortion not clear or helpful

Aug. 6

August 6, 2011 --

Governor sells property to owner of adult video stores Morehouse settles misuse-of-funds case for $1.2M Congressman’s aide didn’t report income Ethics panel’s chairman stays put, for now

July 30

July 30, 2011 --

Draft map puts Savannah congressman in another’s district PSC’s Tim Echols defends his travel expenses AG cites Forsyth Co. for Open Meetings violation  

July 21

July 21, 2011 --

Panel to punish officials who don’t enforce new immigration law Congressman’s attorney blames lender for loan default UGA pharmacy students lose a year of HOPE funding due to cuts ATL superintendent defiant until the end Judge rejects injunction to prevent tree-cutting by billboard owners Advocate of capital defender system admits errors

June 11

June 11, 2011 --

Ga. congressman spends $1K/mo. on car lease Monitor questions Ga. Power nuke plans Bar patrons say police raid crossed line Did APD change policy after Atlanta Eagle raid? East Point mayor meets with attorney general

IRS files new lien against business owned by congressman, state senator

IRS files new lien against business owned by congressman, state senator
March 14, 2011 --

The IRS has slapped another tax lien on a business co-owned by U.S. Rep. Tom Graves and Georgia Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers. Graves said his accountant has cleared up the lien as well as a previous one over a total debt of $8,965.

Feb. 17

February 17, 2011 --

Another APS official disparages cheating probe Newsletters show culture of offensive behavior at UGA vet school GA Conservancy’s stance on Savannah harbor riles other enviros Lobbyists supply special-interest feast for legislators Reform advocates push for stronger ethics laws Ga. congressman sics feds on Google APS ethics panel to hold hearing on board member Water shut off 2 […]

Aug. 25

August 25, 2010 --

Columbus mayor vows to rebuild Parks & Rec after officials arrested DeKalb official ‘resigned’ with $45K severance Calhoun farmer and congressman’s aide lock horns Confidential files found in City Hall East sale items Councilman challenges new ATL code compliance director Fired Macon State College worker ‘considering options’ after ruling Some good may come from Cherokee Co. […]

July 24

July 24, 2010 --

Cobb public safety director has Wednesday deadline to prove military record FDIC: Real estate push sank cash-rich bank Madison Co. superintendent embroiled in scandal Election investigation under way in Brooks County Congressman’s press secretary apologizes for Keown letter

Feb. 3

February 3, 2010 --

Congressman: Not sure of his role, still collected $1,500 per meeting by defunct insurer Ga. mental health agency warns of ‘quagmire’ if taken over DeKalb superintendent’s spending questioned Carrollton mayor amends disclosures following complaint Recording details firefighters’ response to deadly blaze Ethics panel’s tough task: Reconcile reality, idealism Dougherty school board violated law, attorney says