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Tweet Written by: CCGA Board Member, Terry Taylor My happy weekend mood took a nosedive when I looked at the front page of the Atlanta Journal Constitution on Saturday, May 11. Here are the titles for three out of the … Continue reading
Tweet This is a recent blog posted by Bill Kraus – Chair of Common Cause Wisconsin since 1995 and Common Cause National Governing Board Member from 2003 to 2007. Due to the unhappy, unexpected, too early demise of Common Cause’s … Continue reading
Tweet A recent report from the Georgia Public Interest Research Group Education Fund found that the City of Atlanta’s spending transparency is not up to par with current standards. The report analyzed thirty of the country’s largest cities’ transparency practices. Atlanta was … Continue reading
Tweet There’s been a lot of talk recently about the “State Ethics Commission”, and all it’s inefficiency. The three graphics below illustrate just how far the Ethics Commission has fallen in a short amount of time. Hover over the images … Continue reading