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March 8

March 8, 2011 --

Auditors uphold larger lottery payouts, note $2M in bonuses Senate ethics panel OKs political contributions by utilities DeKalb CEO, commissioners visit DC during budget crunch Students’ identities released in harassment files sent out by UGA Regional flights could lose subsidies

March 9

March 9, 2010 --

Ex-DeKalb fire chief claims evidence destroyed Newton County mom says system failed slain daughter House passes ethics bill for local school boards Attorney to monitor deseg compliance in Richmond County schools Opinion: Stop unfair subsidies

Your August bailout update: $393 billion outstanding

Your August bailout update: $393 billion outstanding
September 2, 2009 --

By PAUL KIEL, ProPublica

Starting with this post, we’ll be updating you every month on the status of the taxpayer-funded bailouts we track in our database — namely the TARP and government rescue of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Recent reports by the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have drawn attention to the billions in revenue that the Treasury Department has collected from companies early in returning their TARP investments. While those returns have been encouraging, there’s no question that the taxpayer remains deep in the red.