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‘A Hot Mess Express’ Elections Board Disqualifies GOP Candidate in Cobb Commission Race

Written by Jake Busch jbusch@mdjonline.com | Mar 18, 2024 | Uncategorized

Confusion again reigned over the Cobb Board of Commissioners electoral district map Friday afternoon when political activist Mindy Seger successfully challenged a Republican’s candidacy for the District 2 commission seat. The reason for the challenge: Candidate Alicia Adams does not live in Commission District 2 under the “home rule” map […]

Ga. Judge Scolds Attys For ‘Nasty’ Sparring In Voting Trial

Written by Kelcey Caulder | Jan 31, 2024 | Uncategorized

By Kelcey Caulder Law360, Atlanta (January 30, 2024, 8:52 PM EST) — Sparks flew Tuesday in federal court as attorneys debated whether the executive director of a nonprofit suing the state should be allowed to testify about a hack allegedly carried out by co-defendants of former President Donald Trump in […]

Voters Advocate For Paper Ballots In Ga. Voting Machine Trial

Written by Kelcey Caulder | Jan 11, 2024 | Uncategorized

By Kelcey Caulder ·   Law360 (January 10, 2024, 5:05 PM EST) — On the second day of a trial over the future of Georgia’s election system, voters who say the state’s current electronic in-person voting machines are unreliable told a federal judge why they believe hand-marked ballots are a better option. Aileen […]

Georgia Gambling Company Says Former Workers Ran Criminal Scheme

Written by  Steven Church & Amelia Pollard | Jan 5, 2024 | Uncategorized

Bloomberg Law LINK January 5,202  The Georgia slot machine operator previously known as Lucky Bucks is suing several former employees for engaging in an alleged conspiracy to defraud the company before it collapsed into bankruptcy. The company, now Arc Gaming and Technologies, is accusing former employees led by founder Anil Damani […]

Georgia cannabis payment processor folds amid $500M legal fight

Written by Rosie Manins | Jan 4, 2024 | Uncategorized

FP Omni Technologies blames downfall on subsidiary of Atlanta-based Global Payments LOCAL NEWS Updated 21 hours ago A Peachtree City business that processes payments for cannabis merchants has closed its doors, but it is continuing to seek $500 million in a contract dispute with a subsidiary of a major Atlanta […]