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Amendment 1 not personal, spouses say

Amendment 1 not personal, spouses say
October 25, 2010 --

Claudia Levitas serves as an officer of a business group pushing to enforce non-compete clauses in Georgia law. Her husband, state Rep. Kevin Levitas, has been pushing a constitutional amendment for years to do just that. Their relationship has bubbled up into the debate over Amendment 1, which Georgia voters will be asked to ratify next week at the polls. Critics suggest Levitas (D-Tucker) had a personal motive for proposing the amendment and a companion bill, a notion that he dismisses as “unfounded and ridiculous.”

Ex-U.S. attorney to probe motive for Fulton firing

Ex-U.S. attorney to probe motive for Fulton firing
October 5, 2010 --

Fulton County has hired former U.S. Attorney Richard H. Deane Jr. to determine whether political pressure squelched an inquiry into possible financial misconduct. Attorneys allege a current and former county employee lost their jobs for looking into the alleged misuse of $183,000 in public funds. “Taking it outside was the proper thing to do,” Commissioner Robb Pitts said. Read on …

Sept. 10

September 10, 2009 --

County: Eldrin Bell did not sexually harass employee Opinion: Liberty County sewage plant trumps salt marsh Document hints at motive for Augusta bribe offer, lawyer says Lax security left employees’ data vulnerable Former supporters scrutinize East Point mayor Ex-principal, assistant suspended in cheating scandal

Sept. 9

September 9, 2009 --

Report: Lax oversight made DeKalb court vulnerable to scam Double dippers may have to pay Fulton County back Motive unknown in Augusta bribery case