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Nov. 10

November 10, 2010 --

Gwinnett superintendent may face ethics investigation State employee steers no-bid contracts to family, friends DeKalb candidate got county money before election Cherokee Co. official resigns in SPLOST controversy ATL police rehire fired lieutenant Visiting judge clears East Point mayor UGA frat to learn its fate this week Mayor rejects request to investigate Columbus fire dep’t.

Richardson’s PAC files as tax-exempt, but is it in time?

Richardson's PAC files as tax-exempt, but is it in time?
February 4, 2010 --

Glenn Richardson‘s political action committee registered as tax-exempt Tuesday, but it’s not clear whether that will defuse an investigation into his transfer of $219,915 in leftover campaign cash to the committee. The State Ethics Commission is looking into the payment of that money from Richardson’s campaign account to the MMV Alliance Fund on New Year’s Eve. The question is: Would a tax-exempt filing in February allow MMV to accept a couple hundred thousand dollars in campaign money five weeks earlier?