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Join the Georgia Transparency Project

Join the Georgia Transparency Project
December 12, 2011 --

State legislators say they welcome transparency regarding their personal finances — corporate and real estate holdings, government contracts and the like.But who decides what constitutes transparency? Who checks whether they’re telling us all that we’re entitled to know? They do. Just as war is too important to be left to the generals, transparency is too important to be left to the politicians.

Northpoint Hospitality Group, $2 million

Northpoint Hospitality Group, $2 million
May 23, 2011 --

Owners of an undeveloped Midtown parking lot will get a $2 million break on future property taxes so Hilton can build a hotel there.

April 20

April 20, 2010 --

Proposal said to make Ga. death statute vulnerable to attack SCLC factions battle over bank accounts, leadership positions Ethics lawyer resigns amid investigation Gender pay gap not as severe in Ga. Bill seeks to ban lobbyists on boards Saxby Chambliss and the fight over derivatives ATL councilman calls for moratorium on parking enforcement Columbus State […]