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Ga Ethics Commission Votes to Increase Political Donation Limits

The Georgia Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission, formerly known as the Georgia Ethics Commission, voted last week to increase the allowable donations for individuals and organizations during election cycles.

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Retire Your Tires Amnesty Day Event Returns April 27th for Walker County Residents

Retire Your Tires Amnesty Day Event Returns April 27th for Walker County Residents

2 GA Groups Land Money from HUD to Fight Housing Discrimination

These grants allow the groups to provide fair housing enforcement through testing in the rental and sales markets, to file fair housing complaints to HUD, and to conduct investigations.

How Will GHSA’s Vote on Single A Public/Private Schools Impact the Trion Bulldogs class...

The GHSA voted last week will realign the Single A Division into eight public-school regions and eight private-school regions. The change will go into...

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Proposed Class Action Settlement Involving Lenny & Larry’s Cookies Amended to Give Consumers More...

Plaintiffs in the case, Cowen et al. v. Lenny & Larry’s, Inc., alleged that labels for the defendant’s “The Complete Cookie” product included inaccurate nutritional information.

2 GA Groups Land Money from HUD to Fight Housing Discrimination

These grants allow the groups to provide fair housing enforcement through testing in the rental and sales markets, to file fair housing complaints to HUD, and to conduct investigations.

Georgia sets records in March

Georgia’s number of employed residents was essentially flat, falling far less than 1 percent to reach 4.9 million. That number was still up by 29,389 from the total posted in March 2018.

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