Deal, Ralston relatives get jobs with nursing home lobby APD disbands Red Dog unit Morris Brown campus police under investigation Two Savannah hospitals settle Medicaid probe for $2.7M Police officers resign after bar brawl Feds threaten to revoke $7M from DeKalb Three indicted in Columbus Parks & Rec scandal Ethics complaint lodged over House speaker’s European […]
One year later, communities await FEMA flood buyouts Uninsured dialysis care in peril? Operator of Rome nursing home ordered to pay $43M for wrongful death Wellstar repays $2.7M in excess medicare reimbursements Taxpayers association calling for water dept. audit DeKalb investigating sexual harassment allegations Fate of Chuck Chalk check still unsettled
Lockheed withheld discovery documents in trade secrets case Hacking made easy at Ga. Secretary of State’s Web site Ky. nursing home chain pays $1.25M jury award Judge dismisses suit by man jailed 6 months past release date Citizen board given power to subpoena ATL police Houston County hospital CEO fired without explanation Columbus Parks & […]
ATL nursing home chains pay $14M settlement Fulton County improves on elections Cobb EMC’s bylaw changes disputed Trial date set for former Dodge County sheriff
Former Clayton Co. NAACP treasurer charged with pilfering funds Augusta chemical company fined $800K for airborne release Bibb County school superintendent to step down for $198K Millions for Cobb parkland ‘highly unlikely’ Former Glock lawyer faces charges of theft, racketeering Brunswick nursing home faces state sanctions
Everyone wants to be your friend when you’re chairman of the Senate Rules Committee. Just ask Don Balfour. The Snellville Republican’s campaign fund has collected nearly $85,000 since Jan. 1, for a total of $683,000 since January 2006. No one’s even run against him in that period. The Rules Committee places bills on the Legislature’s calendar, unless it chooses not to — which means the Senate will never, ever vote on your bill. That’s why Don has so many friends.