Special to the Enterprise
“It’s possible, if not probable, that Georgia could put teeth into its notoriously gummy ethics oversight system early next year. And under the right (or wrong, depending on one’s perspective) circumstances, some of those teeth might belong to Georgia voters.
“As Jim Galloway reported in his “Political Insider” column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, is pushing for a long-debated change that could close a lot of yawning ethics loopholes: a statewide grand jury.”
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer