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Oct. 6

October 6, 2011 --

Whistleblower suit in ATL targets major banks State looking at HOT lane changes; drivers fight back Citizens demand Ogeechee oversight

May 25

May 25, 2010 --

Eric Johnson didn’t disclose $289K in state payments Imperial Sugar agrees to fines for fatal refinery blast Acquitted kindergarten teacher files $25M lawsuit Should Ga. taxpayers subsidize Tenn. hospital’s helicopter? Union: New ATL garbage trucks dangerous Civil rights coalition targets voter verification Tybee police apologetic for ‘Tasing’ autistic teen Tybee ethics commission OKs restaurant deal

Bill targets school board ethics standards

March 22, 2010 --

The fallout from Clayton County schools’ recent meltdown, in all likelihood, will drift down on Georgia’s 179 other boards of education this summer. Lawmakers are nearing final approval of a bill, to take effect July 1, that would set minimum ethics standards for local school boards and empower the governor, in some cases, to remove members who can’t adhere to them. Read on …

March 18

March 18, 2010 --

Bill targets per diem, but not for lawmakers Tax system overhaul emerges at state Capitol Bad day for public safety — three law officers, one EMT indicted Opinion: Access laws need legal remedies to work better Should DeKalb firefighter get his job back? Hall County Commission responds to allegations GBI & DA discuss possible Hall […]

Feb. 19

February 19, 2010 --

Acquitted of money laundering, Columbus attorney says case relied on fabricated evidence Budget balloons for buses in I-85 project by $87M Landfills want yard waste ban repealed Suit targets Alpha Bank directors Former HealthSouth executive lectures on failings Ralston spots a lobbyist in his house Collateral damage and the race for insurance commissioner Atlanta board […]

Nov. 16

November 16, 2009 --

Critical ATL 911 calls put on hold SEC staff targets Beazer Homes CEO over bonus pay Mom: Northside Hospital to blame for son’s suicide DeKalb police under fire for Taser purchase Bibb radio system on last legs

July 24

July 24, 2009 --

Massive N.J. corruption sting targets mayors, legislators, rabbis

Ron Sailor

Ron Sailor
June 5, 2009 --

Where to begin? Sailor is serving a 63-month sentence in federal prison in West Virginia. He was charged in December 2007 after offering to launder $375,000 in “drug money” that actually came from an undercover federal agent. While he was awaiting sentencing, Sailor defrauded the Greater New Light Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, where he […]