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Equifax executive alleges he was fired for exposing law violations

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...Stephen Leary, an auditor at the financial technology company from 2018 to July 2020, alleges he uncovered "numerous, serious violations of the Consumer Financial Protection Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act and other laws, rules, orders, standards, and prohibitions," according to the lawsuit... ...District Court in Atlanta. Leary has asked for reinstatement to his former position and an unspecified amount of money in damages. A spokeswoman for the company said Equifax will not comment on pending litigation....

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Delta pilots picket at Hartsfield-Jackson

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...The picketing involved hundreds of off-duty Delta pilots at the airline's major hubs including Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles International, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York John F. Kennedy, Seattle-Tacoma and Salt Lake City, according to the union.... ...The Air Line Pilots Association at Delta said it was picketing to protest "protracted contract negotiations," while working under a labor contract that dates back to 2016, adding that they haven't had a pay raise in three-and-a-half years....

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Fulton DA pushes back against legislators fighting subpoenas

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...Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis on Thursday challenged several Republican members of the state Legislature who argue they're largely immune from testifying before the special grand jury investigating attempts to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results.... ...The filing came in response to a motion filed on behalf of Lt. Geoff Duncan; former state Sen. William Ligon of Brunswick; and several other unnamed members of the Legislature earlier this week to quash subpoenas compelling their testimony as part of the investigation....

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State pays $750,000 to lawyer fired by public health agency

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...And she had released public records that led to a critical news story about Gov. Brian Kemp. So when Dalton was summoned to a conference room at the Department of Public Health on a Tuesday morning in March 2021, she wasn't surprised to learn she was being fired.... ...Their son, Lewis Massey, is a former Georgia secretary of state and a prominent lobbyist in the state Capitol....

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An end to ballot bar codes? Georgia election officials consider design changes - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Now, state election officials are weighing whether to replace bar codes with ballots that display candidate names with ovals next to them.... ...While no decision has been made to change the ballot design seen by every in-person voter in Georgia, the secretary of state's office has been discussing the idea for over a year, Chief Operating Officer Gabriel Sterling said....

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Supreme Court ruling tees up new legal fights over environmental regs

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...A quarter of all heat-trapping gas emissions in the U.S. come from power generation, and Georgia clean energy advocates said the ruling will make the task of curbing emissions more difficult.... ...Supreme Court's ruling today has gravely hamstrung the United States" progress to taking swift and necessary action to address climate change," Frank Rambo, a senior attorney at the Southern Environmental Law Center, said in a statement....

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2 nurses named to Healthcare Workforce Commission - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...In response to the state's growing shortage of health care workers, Gov. Brian Kemp created the Healthcare Workforce Commission by way of executive order.... ...Sherry Danello has more than 40 years of experience in health care. A graduate of Armstrong State University in Savannah with a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, she earned her master's from the Medical College of Georgia....

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Kemp makes appointment to Georgia Board of Regents after resignation - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...A member of the Board of Regents, which oversees the University System of Georgia, has stepped down. Don Waters, an investment company CEO who joined the board in 2013, resigned his seat representing Georgia's 1st Congressional District. Brian Kemp announced his departure Thursday.... ...He graduated from Armstrong State College, where his family endowed a college of health professions at what is now part of Georgia Southern University, and the University of Georgia School of Law....

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Republicans open community center to draw metro Atlanta's Latino voters - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...On Wednesday, the Republican National Community opened a new Hispanic Community Center in a strip mall in Suwanee, a Gwinnett County town that became majority-minority for the first time in 2020, according to data from that year's U.S.... ...The Hispanic Community Center in Suwanee becomes the third brick-and-mortar outpost the RNC has opened targeting minority voters in metro Atlanta, with Republicans having previously opened a Black American Community Center in College Park last October, and an Asian Pacific American Community...

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Unusual surge of meningococcal disease cases in Florida alarms the CDC - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...The outbreak is being described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as the worst in U.S. history for gay and bisexual men. "Getting vaccinated against meningococcal disease is the best way to prevent this serious illness, which can quickly become deadly….... ..."To date, there are no known cases of meningitis in Georgia related to the outbreak in Florida," Nancy Nydam, a spokesperson for the Georgia Department of Public Health, said in a statement to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution....



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