Today, Governor Nathan Deal signed HB 397, the comprehensive re-write of Georgia’s Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. The bill won sweeping, bipartisan approval by the General Assembly this year.
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Marshall C. Ezell, III, pled guilty yesterday in DeKalb County Superior Court to four counts of Residential Mortgage Fraud (O.C.G.A. § 16-8-102) for making false statements during the mortgage lending process. Judge Daniel M.
Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that
On Wednesday, April 4, a Gwinnett County Grand Jury indicted the former owner of a company known as Diversified Family Solutions and three employees for unlawfully obtaining approximately $980,000.00 in Medicaid payments through a fraudulent billing sc
The 2012 session of the Georgia General Assembly concluded yesterday. Attorney General Sam Olens worked closely with legislators on many key bills that were passed by the General Assembly and now head to the Governor’s desk.
The Georgia Senate has approved HB 972, legislation designed to halt the rapid increase of illicit pill mills in
Today, Attorney General Sam Olens was present as the Supreme Court heard the final two oral arguments on the on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act.
The Georgia Senate has unanimously approved HB 397, the proposed re-write to improve Georgia’s Open Records and Open Meetings Laws.
This morning, the Supreme Court heard two hours of argument on the constitutionality of the individual mandate—the requirement that individuals obtain health insurance or face a financial penalty.
Today, Attorney General Sam Olens was present as the U.S. Supreme Court heard the first of three days of oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act.