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Ethics panel backs off plan for closed-door deliberations

March 30, 2015 --

March 30, 2015 — Members of the state ethics commission have distanced themselves from a proposal requiring that they deliberate privately on complaints against political candidates and lobbyists. At a public hearing last week, no commission members took ownership of the proposed language on closed sessions, and staff attorneys said they don’t even know how it got there.

Dec. 21

December 21, 2009 --

Judge blasts U.S. attorney’s pursuit of high-profile Columbus defense lawyer ATL city attorney investigating airport bond deal Evidence released in police shooting of Lavonia minister Albany jury to begin deliberations Tuesday in ex-official’s kickback trial EPD orders Walton landfill odor gone

Sembler donations went undisclosed until election was over

Sembler donations went undisclosed until election was over
June 25, 2009 --

By JIM WALLS June 25, 2009 — Eugene Walker failed to disclose nearly $20,000 in campaign donations from a developer seeking a multimillion-dollar tax break until after his Dec. 2 election to the DeKalb County school board. The donations – and Walker’s service on both the school board and the DeKalb Development Authority — have […]