Paul Broun’s conflicting accounts of more than $300,000 in loans to his election campaign make him one of the most corrupt members of Congress, a Washington activist group says.
A Marietta attorney who won 105,000 votes in a 2008 race for a Cobb County judgeship was disbarred today by the Georgia Supreme Court. In a 10-page ruling, the court said Joan Palmer Davis failed to show up in court on behalf of a client who was seeking to terminate his child-support obligations, then tried to resign from the case without telling him.
How ATL argues against — and for — the Eagle raid officers Male revue party held at ATL rec center DeKalb schools hiring a consultant to cut jobs, save money Gwinnett commissioners delay ethics policy vote Cain had Ga. tax lien from 2006
Angel Food Ministries paid top dollar to execs in ’09 Clayton Co. sheriff: High-profile murder suspect slipped through cracks Jekyll project ducks public review ‘Debtors prison’ questioned in Rome courtroom Verdict decided, still unknown, for ex-Forsyth Co. planning director Disgraced fed judge’s decisions scrutinized Warren Co. schools won’t lose accreditation Twiggs Co. rebuked for landfill […]
APS board actions draw serious scrutiny Court revives Fulton taxpayer foundation’s lawsuit Atlanta Eagle’s lawyers want city fined over destruction of records Defender agency seeks special session for funds MCG, foundation set aside their differences Delay continues for Cobb EMC directors’ vote Bishop Eddie Long responds to lawsuits
Longtime Atlanta City Council member Cleta Winslow will pay a $1,500 fine and $5,420 restitution for using city funds to print campaign literature and pay campaign workers to hand it out, under terms of a consent order OK’d Thursday. The order has no effect on the outcome of the November 2009 election. Winslow squeaked by to win a fifth term, avoiding a runoff by about 120 votes.
Ex-Rep. Nathan Deal paid $245K to aide’s wife ATL school board refuses on 5-4 vote to undo controversial actions ATL school board rejects ethics sanctions against member (who voted against undoing controversial actions) Governor orders probe of Dougherty Co. school system Dwindling fish won’t change reactor plans
Men allege sexual coercion by prominent ATL pastor Daughter’s bankruptcy papers didn’t mention Deal ATL school board member to face ethics hearing Still more judge trouble in long-running Fayette divorce case Hall’s closed meeting vote may be illegal Dalton ousts judge, administrator Plant Vogtle workers’ testing incomplete
Former teachers claim Gwinnett had covert layoffs AirTran fined $500K for treatment of disabled passengers WellStar agrees to $2.7M settlement with state Industries defend state tax exemptions Augusta VA nurses protest work conditions Bar settles for $1M after customer’s fatal DUI RYDC director arrested in gambling raid Audit: Central Ga. agencies hit & miss in […]
Are Cobb top cop’s Vietnam medals real? NewTown hires Macon legislator to consult on SPLOST vote GBI will investigate Gwinnett chairman’s arrest DeKalb CEO visited HQ of ambulance firm hired by county Clayton candidate says ethics case ‘non-issue’
Price among 8 congressmen investigated for fundraisers held near financial reform vote ATL to pay almost $500K to settle cabbies’ lawsuit Doraville police captain suspended during investigation Opinion: New ethics law brings more accountability, transparency
Expert: Augusta nuclear reactor flawed House votes for school board ethics measure Ethics bill to come up for vote Wednesday 2nd District GOP chair resigns after impartiality questioned Milton wants to depoliticize ethics process