State: Atlanta hospital CEO didn’t report all gifts
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 30, 2008
Interim Grady Memorial Hospital CEO and state Rep. Pam Stephenson is facing more scrutiny from Georgia ethics officials who say she failed to disclose $20,000 in campaign contributions. The State Ethics Commission sent Stephenson's lawyer a letter alleging she neglected to report 41 donations as required by state law. The commission asked the DeKalb County Democrat for copies of the front and back of all checks for undisclosed contributions, and gave Stephenson two weeks to respond in writing to the allegations.
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