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June 21

June 21, 2009 --

Are attorney general’s donors receiving financial incentives? Individual insurance coverage frustrates Georgians Georgia’s test monitoring not as tough as other states Foreclosure numbers don’t add up

June 19

June 19, 2009 --

In settlement, Angel Food agrees to make changes

June 18

June 18, 2009 --

Georgia budget writers eye pre-k program

DeKalb says no to Sembler 20-year tax break — sort of

DeKalb says no to Sembler 20-year tax break -- sort of
June 18, 2009 --

A DeKalb County board this morning put off a decision on an unprecedented 20-year tax break sought for a retail-residential project in the Brookhaven area. The DeKalb Development Authority’s unanimous vote postpones final action while the county’s economic development staff regroups and comes up with guidelines for considering such tax deals. DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis […]

June 17

June 17, 2009 --

Audit faults Emory cancer unit data State suspends teaching certificate of fired Glynn superintendent Patient spurred Augusta VA inquiry PSC backs down; majority still want rule change on chairman

June 16

June 16, 2009 --

Council committee backs subpoenas of records in fatal police shootings

Gary P. Stokan, Peach Bowl president: $380,632

June 15, 2009 --

President of the Peach Bowl. Stokan’s salary is paid by the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, which — as a non-profit business league — does not have to disclose his salary. But the Peach Bowl does, since it pays the chamber to run its affairs and Stokan works for both organizations. Peach Bowl records show […]

A. Stephan Botes

A. Stephan Botes
June 15, 2009 --

It was a long fall for South African businessman Andries Stephan Botes. The 52-year-old went from mover and shaker in computer consulting to federal prisoner 56403-019 – and to forever being linked with an election scandal that landed Georgia’s first woman elected to statewide office in jail. Today, Botes spends his days in Dalby, a […]