Common Cause Georgia Report: Contracting at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport; The Need for Pay-to-Play Reform in Atlanta-2

May 31, 2011

This Common Cause Georgia report reads, in part, 'Unfortunately, there is a fine line between acceptable and legal practices and corruption, where politicians demand money and favors beyond legal limits from those seeking government contractors. In 2010, eight years after the AJC's investigation into the ?culture of patronage there is little change in Atlanta. Indeed, a federal judge in a case involving the Atlanta airport decreed that the city's patronage practices were ?evil.'

READ: GA_053111_Report_Atlanta_Airport_Contractors_2.pdf

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