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Appeals court gives win to Norcross supplement CEO
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals president and CEO Jared Wheat at the company’s headquarters in Norcross, Georgia in 2007. Photo Credit: Erik S. Lesser

6:24 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

A federal appeals court Tuesday threw out a judge’s ruling that required Norcross dietary supplement CEO Jared Wheat and his company to pay $40 million for making false product claims.In wiping out the massive judgment, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals handed Wheat and his firm, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc., a ...
Georgia student loan company sued by Illinois attorney general

5:19 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Atlanta-based Student Consulting Group Inc. is among five debt-relief firms sued this week by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.The companies are accused of scamming people struggling to repay student-loan debt. Madigan said the companies charged borrowers stiff upfront fees with false promises of relieving borrowers’ debt loads or having them ...
Job market improving for college graduates

Updated: 4:31 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Long hours spent in the classroom and hitting the books will lead to a better payoff this year for many college graduates, who will have an easier time finding jobs than other recent classes.A number of national labor and economic reports show that businesses are likely to hire more graduates ...
Liberals traffic in race, myths and lies

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri — but there was not nearly as much turmoil created by the ...
Extremists at either end aren’t enemies, they are allies of some

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

When Pamela Geller and her allies decided to organize an “art show” in Garland, Texas around the concept of anti-Muhammad cartoons, offering a $10,000 prize, they did so hoping to provoke a reaction.On Sunday night, they got it.It didn’t come from the Dallas-Fort Worth Islamic community. Local Muslim leaders were ...
Liberate Ga. taxpayers and rein in spending

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Tax day may have come and gone, but it isn’t too early for Georgians to start thinking about their 2016 tax burden. I suggest looking at in a different framework. Instead of simply looking at how much you owe, try calculating how long it will take you to earn enough ...
Consider the FairTax now

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Georgians sent me to Washington to tackle our fiscal crisis. Our skyrocketing national debt is more than $18 trillion and there isn’t enough urgency in Washington to rein it in. Our debt has caused a tragic and downright embarrassing phenomenon: My generation is the first in American history to have ...
Timber taxes hurt growth

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

It is easy to take forests in Georgia for granted. They are often viewed as natural gifts akin to the sun and the clouds- timeless and steadfast. But Georgia’s forests have not been here forever and they don’t take care of themselves. The state’s working forests, which provide so many ...
Wednesday Conversation: Regional Economy

4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Republicans and Democrats must rein in a growing national debt, writes Georgia’s junior senator. It’s an issue that’s reached a “tipping point” in need of fixes, he says, proposing the FairTax as an option that he writes would allow the economy to create jobs and thrive. Two companion essays deal ...
Deal signs Georgia beer bill into law

3:29 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Grabbing your favorite brew will be a little easier this summer after Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill Tuesday allowing customers to take home more beer from Georgia’s craft breweries.Senate Bill 63 had a rough journey this year at the Capitol, where Georgia’s ban on in-house sales by local breweries ...
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