FTC seeks to block Albany hospital merger Lobbyists spent close to $1M during 2011 legislative session King & Spalding gags employees over Defense of Marriage Act
Riders want more police presence on MARTA Tourism projects could get big tax breaks Former bank exec sentenced to 5 years Vogtle nuclear reactor shutdown traced to tripped breaker
Immigration lawyer: HB87 will ‘obliterate’ Ga.’s economy Cobb ADA appeals dismissal of EMC indictment Nuclear reactor at Plant Vogtle shuts down Judge to state: Look again at giant coal plant’s permit Ga. Tech professor sues for racial discrimination Failed bank’s lawsuit still pending against lawmakers Bishop Eddie Long case close to resolution Inquiry into Valdosta […]
Ga. doctors paid millions by drug companies Ex-principal of the year’s teaching license revoked State gas tax jumps 3 cents on May 1 Confederate flag at Dodge courthouse stirs controversy
Y’know those nasty metal plates in the road that can mangle your tires and mess up your car’s alignment? Atlanta’s auditor says city workers often don’t inspect them and, if they did, wouldn’t even know who’s responsible for correcting problems with them. Damage claims for right-of-way activity cost Atlanta $218,000 last year.
Huge hospital markups burden patients Delta cited for rat poop on plane LNG lobbyist also lobbies for Chatham County
APS vows not to fire workers in cheating probe DeKalb settles race bias suit for $1.3M Bank that sued lawmakers over $2.2M debt goes under Former DeKalb court clerk sues successor Attorney: Savannah Council broke law in settlement with alderwoman
Georgia legislators last week took back an extra $30,000 budgeted to enforce ethics laws in 2012, leaving the State Campaign Finance Commission yet again to do more paper-shuffling and less investigating. “We really only have time to go after the most egregious of cases,” executive secretary Stacey Kalberman said.