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March 27, 2011 --

Beverly Hall closely tracked CRCT results Public pension crisis threatens your wallet ATL schools underfunded pension plan by $500M Lobbyist dollars flow in Sunday sales campaign Fewer monitors for Ga. banks S. Ga. police chief arrested in inmate beating

Ga. police agencies fare poorly in statewide open records audit

November 12, 2009 --

Georgia law enforcement agencies looked somewhat less than law-abiding when student journalists asked for public records, the Georgia First Amendment Foundation reported this week. Authorities refused students’ requests, charged them excessive fees and grilled them on why they wanted the information. One sheriff complained to the president of Mercer University.