Oxendine’s 11th-hour actions assailed APS denies trying to obstruct cheating probe Electric co-op leader made his mark Clayton Co. commissioner charged with DUI Leaders: Power draws lobbyist attention Why are deputies driving for Clayton Co. chairman?
Blue Cross, Oxendine in dispute over control of health cost pricing Businesses: Don’t touch our tax breaks
A Georgia insurance company had no inkling that $120,000 in political donations would wind up almost immediately in the campaign of Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine, the State Ethics Commission was told Thursday. The commission is considering whether to advance or dismiss an ethics case against the company and an affiliate, both run by Delos W. Yancey III, a friend and hunting buddy of Oxendine’s. No decision is expected until early next year.
Fayette judge’s indiscretions recounted in court; subpoenaed ex-judge a no-show Grand jury meets, ex-judge Oxendine appears Marietta mayor pushes for transparency Cobb Commission chairman candidate’s 1995 bankruptcy becomes an issue Attorney says Columbus park & rec probe is vendetta by mayor
100 ATL school employees implicated in CRCT cheating scandal University System’s chancellor sucked into BP oil disaster Peach State car insurance expensive Judge limits Ethics Commission hearing into Oxendine NLRB blocks union vote at Coca-Cola Enterprises
Sen. Pearson’s bill helps business partner Adoption agencies break rules, escape punishment Cheap bonds hike Georgia’s debt Habersham courts weather ethics storm Insurance, loan companies give Oxendine’s campaign $764K Rule overlooked in destruction of Warner Robins files
Southeastern U.S. Insurance: What went wrong? DK schools to replace highly paid administrator despite deficit Alabama bank rejects subpoenas for records of Oxendine PAC donors Discarded medical records found outside Macon rehab facility Dawson County works to remove accused clerk of court Judge: Georgia at fault for Camden County jail overcrowding
Lobbyists: No need to bring sexy back ‘Loser pays’ may be price of ethics reform in Capitol Ending seclusion and restraint in GA schools Report: Oxendine should have taken hunting class Feds: Atlanta needs to pick up pace on foreclosure program Burkhalter issued about 30 appointments as speaker ATL judges grilled over dismissed cases 4 […]
Oxendine’s son accidentally shot man on insurance exec’s hunting preserve Unidentified legislators sent letters over their tax bills Ex-NAACP official arrested on theft charges GA man gets new trial because judge closed courtroom Cobb grand jury admonishes school board Opinion: Don’t blame it all on lobbyists Barrow County leader censured for revealing confidential personnel talks
Questions raised over Oxendine’s trips with major donors ATL water dept. lunch sparks controversy Congressional ethics committees inquire about Deal’s business
Atlanta councilman fined $25K for not registering charity Jury awards pavers $150M over faulty DOT tests UGA struggles to find and keep female faculty Bill would require judges’ recusal over campaign donations Some Grady dialysis outpatients run into early snags Johnson: Oxendine’s new rules for explosive dust could kill jobs Carroll Commission chairman admits violating […]
Oxendine donors previously used controversial tactics GBI files complaint over judge’s conduct Suspension rates for black students out of line, says NAACP