Transparency Reports

February 2022 Sunlight Fund Transparency Report

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The February 2022 Sunlight Fund Transparency report covers the period beginning February 1, 2022 and ending February 28, 2022.

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Local Government


  • Judge Orders Recusal of Muldrew in Marcus Wilson Case
  • Bulloch Jury: GSU Student Not Guilty in 2018 Rape Case
  • Federal Agency Releases Report: “The Civil Rights Implications of Cash Bail”
  • Data: Few Tattnall GDC Employees Face Prison Time After Contraband Arrests
  • Ashlyn Griffin Sentenced in Bulloch County
  • 20 Bulloch County Murder Cases Await Trial
  • After 549 Days Behind Bars, Bulloch County Jury Acquits in Another Rape Case
  • COLUMN: The Consequences of Surviving Domestic Abuse 
  • Ashlyn Griffin Trial: Jury Returns a Verdict
  • Ashlyn Griffin Murder Trial: Jury Pauses Deliberations Due to Lack of Progress
  • Defense Rests in Second Day of the Ashlyn Griffin Trial 
  • Kemp Announces Four Judicial Appointments
  • State Clunks Through First Day of the Ashlyn Griffin Murder Trial
  • Chief Justice of Georgia Supreme Court to Resign
Elections & State Politics
  • Georgia Lawmakers Upset After State Bar Dismisses Complaints Against Attorneys
  • Georgia Lawmaker Wants to Return Power Over “Ballot Drop Boxes” to Counties
  • Georgia transgender sports bill clears Senate, heads to House
  • Georgia Senate to consider renewal of rural tax credit despite slow return on investment
  • Yesterday in the Georgia Legislature – Feb. 22, 2022
  • Georgia lawmakers push to ensure ‘free market’ in EV charging industry
  • Graham Announces As Libertarian Candidate for Lt. Governor in Georgia
  • Senate committee examines economic benefits of horse race betting in Georgia
  • Effort afoot to keep Georgia law enforcement from paying income taxes
  • Health committee considers changes to Georgia mental health reform bill
  • Lehman Franklin Announces his Candidacy to Represent House District 160
  • Yesterday in the Georgia Legislature – Feb. 14, 2022
  • Kemp backs bill to allow parents to opt students out of wearing masks
  • Most Interesting Uses of Campaign Funds by Georgia Lawmakers
  • Follow the Money: Sen. Billy Hickman
  • Follow the Money: Rep. Jan Tankersley
  • Georgia Senate approves Medicaid postpartum care extension
  • Georgia House committee advances amended plan that mirrors Kemp’s spending increase
  • Republican Lawmakers Seek Law to Charge ‘By the Gun’
  • Georgia Senate unanimously approves foster care tax credit
  • Georgia Senate passes bill to make it easier to seal criminal records
  • Georgia Senate committee approves law enforcement, foster care tax credit programs
  • Yesterday in the Georgia Legislature – Feb. 1-2, 2022
  • Georgia lieutenant governor doubles down on public safety plans
National Politics
  • Warnock Introduces New Bill to Cap Costs of Insulin in Georgia, Nationwide
  • Gov’t Services in Other Languages? Lawmakers Say It’s a Must
  • Ossoff Introduces Bill to “Protect Tybee Island” from Growing Storm Surge
  • Senators introduce bill to prevent ‘crack pipe’ funding
  • GA Congresswoman Says Bill Will Reduce Recidivism, Enhance Workforce

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