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Tweet I get accused of not praising the steps the House Leadership has taken toward ethics reform. While I have praised them for offering to restore the rulemaking authority for what use to be known as the State Ethics Commission, requiring … Continue reading →
Tweet “More of a sun visor than a cap,” is how Georgia House Speaker David Ralston described the Senate’s Rule limiting gifts from lobbyists to $100. He is so critical because of the exceptions the rule allows. He pledged to … Continue reading →
Tweet How wonderful it would be for Georgia’s ethics commission to be able to write rules again. It would be a marvelous thing for lobbyists to lose their ability to give unlimited gifts to government officials in this state. The … Continue reading →
Tweet Georgia is the state with the most potential corruption The legislative leadership in our state have been saying for two years now that we do not need to make any changes to our ethics laws and have taken a … Continue reading →
Tweet Note: Our original version of this blog post said “absolutely nothing” has been done about the case and “we have heard nothing about its status”. We should have said “after a full year, our case has not been resolved”. … Continue reading →