State to cut staff for HIV prevention City of ATL employee claims retaliation after investigation of mayor’s brother Fulton County attorney: Shifting tax funds violated state law Ex-teacher of the year among accused cheaters in Dougherty County schools Special prosecutor may review charges against retiring Brunswick judge AG seeks details on possible Macon meetings violations
HIV aid pipeline clogged by state Charity-care hospital regulations scrutinized Imperial Sugar knew of safety problem, attorney says Congressman proposes term limit for campaign donations State’s reporting on abortion not clear or helpful
Major business executives invested in ATL superintendent State investigating its HIV unit
The state’s waiting list for people with HIV to get government drug assistance is steadily growing — intensifying concerns that patients won’t get needed medications. More than 1,100 Georgians are on the waiting list — the second-longest in the country behind Florida’s. The program, which needs about $5 million more in state money, instead faces a $600,000 budget cut.
U.S. asks federal court to take over state’s mental health system Ga. colleges say they have few illegal immigrants State creates waiting list for HIV/AIDS drugs Ethics panel could expand candidate disclosure requirements Cherokee commissioner withdraws from race over discrepancies in military record State investigating 3-month delay in notifying victims of security breach Suit: Ethics […]