Using a tried and true method, state Rep. Earl Ehrhart, R-Powder Springs, allows big athletic departments like UGA, Tech and Georgia Southern to avoid public scrutiny from open records requests for 90 days.
Charles E. Richardsoncrichardson@macon.com
Lawmakers pull another sneak play
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Macon-Bibb health rankings some of the worst in Georgia
Editorial: This is the most dangerous time for Georgia citizens
Editorial: The Republican Party is just the latest to undergo a political revolution
Editorial: Late voting results are becoming the rule, not the exception
Editorial: Houston County passes ESPLOST proposal despite low voter turnout
Editorial: Allen Peake's effort for legal in-state medical marijuana cultivation failed for all the wrong reasons
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The late vote results on Super Tuesday in Bibb County were blamed on a few slow precincts, but the late results are more the rule than exception. What's going to happen in May when more than a dozen offices are on the ballot?