An Alpharetta lawmaker wants to end a 16-year-old tax credit on the purchase of zero and low-emission vehicles in Georgia.
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A federal class action lawsuit filed Tuesday accuses a controversial law firm in Cobb County of breaking debt collection laws by dipping into a man's paycheck to cover a debt he didn't owe. More>>
People look for love in all sorts of places. Online seems to be the hottest spot, especially when you're looking for a Sugar Daddy. Sign up and find a wealthy man to fly you all over and pick up the tab. More>>
A growing number of websites promise to help you win hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars while betting on your weight loss.
One of the most popular New Year's resolutions is to get in shape. More than 45 million of us have gym memberships, but over two thirds of us never use them. It's a waste of billions of dollars every year. More>>
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