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Money issues still swirl around proposed juvenile code rewrite

March 26, 2012 --

By JIM WALLS Wildly divergent estimates of the pricetag for Georgia’s proposed juvenile code continue to swirl around the Capitol as lawmakers return for their last three days of 2012. The 246-page bill has cleared the House and is expected to come before the full Senate this week, possibly Tuesday, with only minor changes. Gov. […]

Dec. 13

December 13, 2011 --

Ex-officer, whistleblower sues Georgia National Guard Brunswick judge facing new charges of favoritism Thousands in Georgia getting probation again and again Ga. DOT, contractor to pay nearly $3M to settle EPA complaint Dougherty Co. school board calls for school lunch probe

Sept. 17

September 17, 2011 --

The Troy Davis case: A hstory and a look ahead Is Cobb EMC subsidizing S. Ga. members? Ex-congressman Swindall gets probation in campaign funds case Hearings delayed for high-salaried APS officials Audit: Colleges obeying law on in-state tuition UGA toughens sexual harassment policy

May 14

May 14, 2011 --

No rules for Buford Highway drug ‘rehab’ program Fox 5 banned from Nathan Deal bill signing Utilities can now give to politicians Clayton schools no longer on probation

Jan. 25

January 25, 2011 --

ATL school board castigated, accepts probation DOT Board hopeful denies ‘conflict of interest’ House Ethics chairman’s claim leaves out key detail

Jan. 19

January 19, 2011 --

ATL public schools put on probation Feds sue state senator, other officials of failed bank Did cops try to cover up Conyers bar fight? Towing loophole means some cars gone for good Indicted Gwinnett commissioner challenges grand jury DeKalb approves $73K raise for superintendent City credit card spending angers East Point residents Macon flights losing […]

Nov. 5

November 5, 2010 --

Newly re-elected Casey Cagle faces a palace coup Grand jury wants to shake up Gwinnett government UGA official advises keeping faculty search info off the record City Hall East developer’s attorney co-hosted councilwoman’s fundraiser APS spent $95K to investigate suspected cheating Bribery probe prompts Athens probation revamp Warner Robins councilman Williams indicted Retired Sea Island […]

Aug. 21

August 21, 2010 --

Lawyer to probe repercussions of judge-defender affair Cobb courthouse project has illegals … but they’re all Americans Earmarks hidden under political rhetoric PSC staff: Cut Atlanta Gas Light rates DeKalb rescinds termination of probation contract Judge rejects Augusta State student’s lawsuit Chemical company sued over creek spill Inspector discusses violations at Kellogg’s plant Bowers, Wilson […]

Aug. 11

August 11, 2010 --

Cobb judge resigns amid claim of touching co-workers inappropriately Fulton Co. courthouse security upgrades in jeopardy Federal board: Delta interfered in union vote Order tossing expert grabs attention in asbestos case Appling Co. school system placed on probation

July 23

July 23, 2010 --

Troy Davis lawyers ask judge to weigh rejected evidence Foster care abuse & neglect up in Fulton & DeKalb SunTrust arm fined for unsuitable trades Port Wentworth official on probation for saying heckler ‘should have been aborted’ Facing elimination, ex-Clayton police chief retires Forsyth ethics complaint stirs candidate changes Ex-cop convicted in connection to Polk […]

June 1

June 2, 2010 --

End of innocence: Is flawed system ruining 2 children’s lives? Sewer failure forces ATL to pay $3M Coffee County schools’ accreditation placed on probation Pickens County alternative school’s location sparks investigation

May 19

May 19, 2010 --

Georgia tops US in coal imports Critics: Ga. Power’s conservation programs fall short Eye of IRS on UGA Barrow tops House in tax-paid messages to constituents Secretary of State hopefuls blame Kemp in tech glitch GBI raids Upson County commissioner’s funeral home Gwinnett court takes different tack for probation contract Kia supplier Sewon America faces […]