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Feb. 4

February 4, 2012 --

No-bid airport shuttle business given to friend of ATL mayor Local non-profit hospitals doing business in Cayman Islands Report: DeKalb animal shelter disgraceful Activists partially satisfied with Republican ethics bill Bill would give water polluters option to avoid state fines Georgia National Guard’s No. 2 doesn’t meet state requirements Ex-Talbotton police chief pleads guilty to […]

Health-care industry helps fund Deal transition

Health-care industry helps fund Deal transition
January 20, 2011 --

Health-care interests — including a $700 million-a-year state vendor — top a partial list of donors to Gov. Nathan Deal’s transition committee. Twenty donors gave more than $130,000, including $77,500 from health-care interests. Among the largest donors: the parent company of Peach State Health Plan, which earned $713 million in 2010 as one of Georgia Medicaid’s managed care organizations. Peach State’s contract runs out this year.