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Oct. 29

October 29, 2011 --

Shorter U. requires employees to reject homosexuality Help for domestic violence victims declining Failing museum costs taxpayers $700K per year EEOC sues S. Ga, farm, alleges discrimination against U.S. workers Judge OKs $1.25B settlement for black farmers CEO-style bonuses at APS may end with Hall Group voiced concerns about Fort Benning land deal

Jan. 8

January 8, 2011 --

Prosecutors: Cobb EMC saga began with broken promise UPS, FedEx are subjects of antitrust investigation Federal lawsuit claims discrimination in DeKalb Fire Department New panel formed to examine issues around church finances Cobb Co. manager answers grand jury’s questions Bed of Athens stream tainted

May 27

May 27, 2010 --

Fired Savannah State football coach alleges discrimination Georgia Chamber closes gubernatorial forum to media Shh! Georgia’s sex offender law changed last week Ex-DeKalb superintendent claims innocence DeKalb school board: ‘This is not normal business’ UGA moves to fire tenured lit professor Feds charge ex-Athens principal with embezzlement

April 2

April 2, 2010 --

DeKalb school board asks superintendent to leave Former DeKalb CEO says discrimination verdict not a deterrent Twiggs judge recommended for removal Bill to track costs of tax breaks goes to governor

March 24

March 24, 2010 --

Rant: ATL Council fiddles while city burns Law to punish elected tax cheats stalls Deal likely received independent ethics report before resignation ACLU accuses Gwinnett of racial profiling Jurors hear DeKalb discrimination testimony Ralston ethics bill coming soon Barrow Commission chairman censured for skipping anger management

Federal court: “Shocking evidence” of racial bias in DeKalb parks dept.

Federal court: "Shocking evidence" of racial bias in DeKalb parks dept.
August 3, 2009 --

Former DeKalb County parks director Becky Kelley presented “shocking evidence” of an overt pattern of racial bias by then-CEO Vernon Jones and others, a federal appellate court ruled Friday. Four current and former parks employees thus will get their day in court, or increased leverage to settle their claims out of court.