Alpharetta ticket tracking stopped on heels of open records request Audit finds errors in 44 Augusta raises
Hearings will start this month on an overhaul of Georgia’s sunshine law that would open more meetings to the public and pull hidden public records out of private databases. Attorney General Sam Olens predicts House Bill 397 can pass the state Legislature next year, though he admitted the law doesn’t go as far as he would like.
‘Pill mill pipeline’ creeping into rural Ga. Legal Aid cuts would hobble Ga. program for Spanish-speakers Editorial: House bill could ease lobbying rules too much Open Records request issues persist in Augusta
SBA settles race discrimination claim with ATL firm Is Fulton jail monitor worth cost? Carrollton loses court appeal over open records request