State audit turns up Ag Dept questions Barred judge earned more than $70K on paid leave Augusta city administrator may have exceeded raise limit
Atlanta’s public pension funds are $1.2 billion in the hole, largely the result of shortsighted decisions at City Hall over the last eight years. A new report calls, among other things, for slashing benefits for new employees. But those steps won’t help much with the funds’ current liabilities. Legally, the city cannot take back benefits that workers have already earned. Read how four candidates for mayor want to fix things.
State audit charges financial wrongdoing at DOT Former rep. Jamieson indicted for tax evasion