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March 27

March 27, 2010 --

Critics: Investors scooping up Omni homes undercuts stabilization plans State sued for failing to serve deaf with mental health care FDIC shaking up oversight team in Atlanta region? Papers filed to oust Gwinnett commission chairman

March 26

March 26, 2010 --

State high court rejects request to bar death penalty Opinion: Turn up the heat on ethics reform Opinion: Ralston sounds retreat on ethics reform & lobbyists Second arrest made in Henry County bribery case Opinion: Tammany Hall South thrives at Dougherty Co. school board

Q&A: A reporter’s insight into the international clergy abuse flare-up

Q&A: A reporter’s insight into the international clergy abuse flare-up
March 26, 2010 --

By MARIAN WANG/ProPublica It’s a subject that has gotten limited play in the American press, but has held the attention of the international press for weeks, even months: In Germany, news of sexual abuse and negligent oversight in the very archdiocese once headed by Pope Benedict XVI has been a developing story, while in Ireland, […]

March 25

March 25, 2010 --

Ralston introduces ethics legislation Lawmakers cut deal that gives hospitals ‘veto’ over bills Deal won’t comment on ethics report Ex-DeKalb CEO denies denies racial bias against employees Former Fulton County detention officer indicted

March 24

March 24, 2010 --

Rant: ATL Council fiddles while city burns Law to punish elected tax cheats stalls Deal likely received independent ethics report before resignation ACLU accuses Gwinnett of racial profiling Jurors hear DeKalb discrimination testimony Ralston ethics bill coming soon Barrow Commission chairman censured for skipping anger management

March 23

March 23, 2010 --

2-year anniversary of UGA sexual harassment cases brings investigation Reverse-discrimination trial begins against DeKalb officials Metro residents face property tax overpayments Riverdale to hear ethics complaint findings

March 22

March 22, 2010 --

Bill allows gas price increases in emergency Forsyth County may buy golf course at multiples of tax value Aflac, UPS among most ethical Obama’s CDC director wielding a big broom Mork work to do in ethics probe of Bibb Co. schools

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 …