ATLANTA (AP) A lawsuit against the state ethics commission is still costing taxpayers despite a jury verdict earlier this year. <br />
Both sides will be back in court Monday to address claims the state failed to turn over key documents before trial. <br />
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://bit.ly/1p1Z3pC ) the state is paying two private attorneys $125 an hour to defend the commission and its executive director against the claims. That comes after Attorney General Sam Olens said his office couldn't defend itself and the commission. <br />
That's on top of the $700,000 verdict in favor of a former commission employee who claimed retaliation for investigating complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal. She was also awarded $450,000 in back pay and attorney fees. After the verdict, the state settled with three other former employees for $1.8 million.
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Barrow County Emergency Services were kept busy over Super Bowl weekend by a series of structure and vehicle fires throughout the county, two of which were determined to be intentional human acts according to a Sunday afternoon press release.
Do the sounds of chewing, throat clearing, coughing and sniffling send you into a rage? Are you unable to "just tune out" the sound of a ticking clock, or a co-worker drumming their finger nails on their desk? If so, you might have misophonia (alternately called Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome).