Pot-puffing magistrate bids to keep job Fulton Co. foster system released from federal oversight “This American Life” responds to Brunswick judge’s libel allegations
Defense: Judge smoked pot to get off narcotics Lawmakers hand out tax breaks to some businesses Bill allowing removal of ATL school board passes Ethics loophole fixed despite last-minute objection Ga. tourism tax break barely passes Ira Glass corrects report on Brunswick drug court Creative Loafing bestows 2011 Golden Sleaze awards
Opinion: Dear state, please don’t cave in to Arthur Blank Murray Co. commissioner accused of sexually assaulting worker Judge accused of smoking pot faces hearing Lawmakers restore domestic violence shelter funds Feds crack down on SunTrust mortgage practices SACS sends letter to Cobb school board Toxins linger in East Athens stream Ex-DeKalb court clerk to […]
A Danish autism researcher allegedly bought a home, a Harley, a Honda and other items by fraudulently billing a CDC grant program for more than $1 million, federal prosecutors said today. Prosecutors said this afternoon that a federal grand jury had indicted Poul Thorsen, 49, on 13 counts of wire fraud and nine counts of money laundering in connection with the scheme.
Senate OKs sale of out-of-state health policies Ex-prosecutor to probe Gwinnett schools’ land deals Sen. Staton hands off GOP whip duties amid e-mail allegations Columbus rec services manager faces firing Suit challenges Augusta’s purchasing practices Legis committee recommends hiking JQC budget House OKs bills to close ethics loopholes OSHA fines Doraville hair, beauty supply businesses
Fulton DA’s office down a dozen lawyers this year Opinion: Judicial elections shouldn’t be moved Senate cuts DOT pollution exemptions from bill
Lobbyist ‘loophole’ tests Ralston Bill would increase pressure on ATL school board