How did drugs disappear from Gwinnett cops’ safe? Lobbyists can wine, dine secretly Fired WellStar exec points to financial improprieties Ga. Senate looking at teachers’ double-dipping DeKalb school district cries foul on DA
Georgia’s ethics enforcers ask lobbyists to reveal who’s really paying whenever they wine and dine legislators. But the State Ethics Commission, acknowledging that the law does not require that information, has dropped charges against lobbyist Raymon White for failing to disclose it. The upshot? Unless the Legislature fixes the loophole, Georgia’s 1,600 lobbyists won’t have to reveal who’s really paying for a lawmaker’s fancy meal or skybox seats.