A memo by the head of the state ethics commission in which she claims an attorney for Gov. Nathan Deal threatened her agency during its investigation of complaints against the governor demonstrates a “pattern of intimidation and interference on the part of the governor’s office,” Democrat Jason Carter said Tuesday.
The state ethics commission has settled for more than $1.8 million with three former employees alleging retaliation stemming from an investigation into complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A nationwide study finds state governments lack transparency and accountability to citizens, and remain at high risk for corruption. In the ranking, not a single state received an A from […]
It’s the first censure of a member of the House in nearly 30 years.
Rep. Charles Rangel of New York, saying “50 years of public service is on the line,” implored a House ethics panel Monday to postpone his ethics trial until he can get a new lawyer.