ATLANTA (AP) — Even when Georgia's Ethics Commission said it had to cut costs, there were pay raises for the agency head. She has been accused of intervening in a case involving Gov. Nathan Deal. Records reviewed by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution show that Holly LaBerge's salary increased from $85,000 in September 2011 to $100,000 by June 2013.
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia state legislators plan to look into ways to promote the growth of the music industry in the state. The Georgia House of Representatives' Music Industry Study Committee plans to hold meetings across the state to explore various issues. The committee's first meeting is scheduled for Wednesday in Savannah.
ATLANTA (AP) — Federal authorities say a Newton County sheriff's deputy sold marijuana to an undercover law enforcement agent. An FBI agent's sworn statement filed in federal court in Atlanta says Darrell Mathis sold marijuana to an FBI confidential source and to an undercover agent. Mathis had his first court appearance yesterday.
ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta-based Home Depot is eliminating the limited medical insurance it has offered to its many part-time employees. The change means those workers will either seek coverage from new public insurance marketplaces that open Oct. 1 or face a penalty.
Created: Sat, 21 Sep 2013 04:16:00 EST
Updated: Sat, 21 Sep 2013 04:16:00 EST