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Jan. 30

January 30, 2012 --

House leaders try to quash ethics reform HOPE changes may mean fewer women, minorities at UGA Lawmakers push to prevent redirection of state fees Auditors raise MARTA safety questions Brunswick commissioner jailed on bribery charge APS leader barred from cheating probe Mayor: Olens softening Open Meetings law UGA receives lowest rating for free-speech policies

Dec. 18

December 18, 2011 --

Legislators’ dash for cash begins Lawmakers’ expenses top $1.3 million

Nov. 18

November 18, 2011 --

Undercover ATL officer says she was violated during undercover operation New rule for Dem lawmakers: Don’t talk to feds without GOP lawyer present Report: Morrow police chief asleep at wheel before DUI

Nov. 3

November 3, 2011 --

Five ATL schools placed under state direction Company slammed for giving jobs to inmates serving life Lawmakers grill TSA over Atlanta airport security breach Audit: PSC does little to protect Georgians from bogus movers Third worker says Cain harassed her Albany mayor looks into chase policy after death East Point auditing to ensure sewer charges […]

Oct. 5

October 5, 2011 --

Report: Farm labor shortages may cost Ga. economy $391M The scary side of day care Lawsuit claims banks cheated veterans with fees Forsyth Co. commissioner sought attorney general’s e-mails APS officials want erasure analysis thrown out Lawmakers call for 3rd-party inspection to protect Ogeechee Lawsuit: Columbus city manager covered up arks & Rec scandal

Aug. 19

August 19, 2011 --

Lawmakers approve new legislative districts; Dems accuse GOP of ‘resegregating’ Ga. Opinion: A plan to oust white Democrats from the Legislature APD officers with lapsed training may have jeopardized decades of cases 3rd parent claims Fulton Co. schools covered up abuse Bowers, Wilson named assistant DA’s to probe Dougherty Co. cheating

July 5

July 5, 2011 --

Investigation: APS superintendent knew or should have known of cheating Ga. lawmakers defend lobbyist dollars ATL’s watershed nominee at issue in alleged retaliatory firings ‘Rollback rate’ could mean surprise tax increase

May 19

May 19, 2011 --

If a politician goes broke, who gets the campaign cash? Opinion: Delta perks expose lawmakers’ weak ethics Cobb EMC seeks OK to bring back Brown State standards minimal for workers at personal care homes Gwinnett Co. attorney resigns in lieu of firing Watchdogs warn of gerrymandering

May 13

May 13, 2011 --

Deal campaign paid $90K to daughter’s firm Ralston: Punish lawmakers who owe late fees Ex-Glynn Co. superintendent suspended Malpractice disclosure becomes law Columbus councilors question marshal’s spending Appeals court upholds $17M verdict against Savannah

May 10

May 10, 2011 --

State can’t prove jobs were created with stimulus Federal dollars given to tax deadbeats Ga. farmers, lawmakers feel pesticide regs ‘burdensome’ Judge allows Muslim head covering in court

May 9

May 9, 2011 --

DeKalb superintendent search foiled by lack of job security Ga. lawmakers owe $11K in late filing fees

April 22

April 22, 2011 --

Immigration lawyer: HB87 will ‘obliterate’ Ga.’s economy Cobb ADA appeals dismissal of EMC indictment Nuclear reactor at Plant Vogtle shuts down Judge to state: Look again at giant coal plant’s permit Ga. Tech professor sues for racial discrimination Failed bank’s lawsuit still pending against lawmakers Bishop Eddie Long case close to resolution Inquiry into Valdosta […]