Jeanette Garrison, the founder of an Augusta-based home health care chain who was convicted of Medicare fraud, died Wednesday.
ATLANTA -- A federal court is urging Georgia's State Bar to discipline a former attorney for Healthmaster Inc. because of her role in securing campaign contributions that were illegally laundered through Medicare. Three judges of the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals said the Bar should consider revoking the law license of Noel O'Neal Ingram, who was Healthmaster's vice president for legal affairs.
GEORGIA'S GENERAL Assembly is tackling high-profile issues ranging from the budget to education reform. What is not talked about much by legislators, so far, is ethics reform.