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Little back-up found for waste charges leveled at ethics panel

Little back-up found for waste charges leveled at ethics panel
February 17, 2012 --

Rep. Ed Rynders charged the state ethics commission last week with wasteful spending even though he and House budget officials knew little or nothing about some of the details, interviews with state officials show. Nevertheless, the agency’s critics did not retreat, while acknowledging that they really didn’t know enough in some cases to render an opinion. “Until you have the detail, it’s kinda hard to say whether it was a good or bad management decision,” House Budget Director Martha Wigton said.

Suzanne Boas, CredAbility CEO: $377,424

Suzanne Boas, CredAbility CEO: $377,424
June 15, 2011 --

Atlanta’s best-known non-profit credit counseling service, which laid off 70 employees last week, paid six top executives $1.48 million last year, tax records show. Retiring President Suzanne E. Boas topped the list at $377,424.