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Jan. 15

January 16, 2012 --

Ga. failure not the only ethanol misadventure ‘Disadvantaged’ businesses won airport contracts Mayor Reed disclosure report shows airport bid refunds 3 losing airport bidders file suit Opinion: Limit dollar distraction with ethics legislation Efforts intensify to curb Fulton County’s tax lien sales Police arrest state representative for DUI

Sept. 2

September 2, 2011 --

ATL mayor responds to APD failure: ‘Buck stops with me’ Gwinnett baseball stadium revenues fall short APS may drop bonus program cited in cheating probe DeKalb drops suit against its planning commissioners Lobbyists’ group emphasizes ethics

Deal on CREW’s ‘most embarrassing’ list for 2010

Deal on CREW's 'most embarrassing' list for 2010
December 16, 2010 --

Gov.-elect Nathan Deal left Congress this year but still made the list of 2010’s “most embarrassing re-elects” compiled by a Washington advocacy group. The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which filed the 2009 complaint that led to a congressional ethics investigation of Deal, described him as a “new governor to watch” in a just-released report.

June 1

June 2, 2010 --

End of innocence: Is flawed system ruining 2 children’s lives? Sewer failure forces ATL to pay $3M Coffee County schools’ accreditation placed on probation Pickens County alternative school’s location sparks investigation

March 15

March 15, 2010 --

Beleaguered pollster returns to the fray VA reports alleged records breach Senators question ATL-based charity Auditors cite underwriting issues in First Coweta failure Superintendents’ pay rising faster than teachers’

Feb. 20

February 20, 2010 --

Athens Navy school commander ousted over response to party Audit: Security Bank’s failure tied to risky loan unit Advocates: Consumers lack voice at PSC as big utility rate cases loom Macon TV station denies staging story of River Edge medical records An endless free feast fuels state lawmakers

Oct. 31

October 31, 2009 --

Controversial Emory researcher Nemeroff leaving Columbus postmaster suspended during criminal probe Environmentalists cry foul over new EPD boss Doctors resign from AAFP over Coca-Cola alliance David Poythress and the failure of American United Bank Columbus City Council defends locking door

Oct. 2

October 2, 2009 --

Ethics group seeks new law for Atlanta politics Barrow’s plan concerning mercury limits for Olin Corp. on hold Outgoing member: DeKalb ethics board ‘ineffective’ Opinion: Storm runoff systems ignored Topless club owner: Gingrich group rescinded award Georgia bank’s wealthy clients speeded failure Dodge sheriff pleads not guilty; voter fraud probe continuing Federal bill could define […]

Sept. 24

September 24, 2009 --

Audit: Freedom Bank grew too fast before failure, regulators too slow A Strategic Vision poll — and a letter of censure No takers to run state golf courses

TitleMax Update: $296,000

May 26, 2009 --

TitleMax of Georgia, one of the state’s largest car title pawn companies, filed five more campaign disclosures after our report last week. With those filings, TitleMax has now disclosed — for the first time — $296,000 in political contributions since July 1, 2006. There were 195 donations in that period; in each case, failure to […]