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ALECs Corporate Stranglehold on Georgia Laws

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Table Of Contents KEY FINDINGS ................................................................................................................................. 2 ABOUT ALEC .................................................................................................................................. 3 GEORGIAN POLITICIANS ASSOCIATED WITH ALEC ........................................................................... 5 Current Office Holders .......................................................................................................... 5 Former Office Holders ........................................................................................................... 8 ALEC CONVENTION ATTENDANCE ................................................................................................. 10 THE MONEY TRAIL ........................................................................................................................ 23 Campaign Finances.............................................................................................................. 23 ALEC Scholarships In Georgia .......................................................................................... 23 Lobbyist Financed Excursions ............................................................................................ 25 ISSUES AND BILLS.......................................................................................................................... 26 Education ................................................................................................................................ 26 ALECs School Voucher Bills In Georgia ............................................................................. 26 ALECs Voucher Tax Credits In Georgia ............................................................................. 29 ALECs Virtual Education In Georgia ................................................................................. 32 Health Care ............................................................................................................................. 33 ALECs Worst Practices: Copy and Paste Healthcare Credit .............................................. 33 ALECs Worst Practices: Health Insurance......................................................................... 35 ALECs Worst Practices: Tax Cuts For Insurance Companies ............................................ 38 ALECs Bill To Lower Healthcare Standards ...................................................................... 41 ALECs Plan To End Medicare In Georgia .......................................................................... 43 Immigration and Guns ........................................................................................................... 47 ALECs Draconian Immigration Bill In Georgia ................................................................. 47 ALECs Kill At Will Bill In Georgia ...................................................................................... 49 Taxes ........................................................................................................................................ 50 ALECs Tax Plans In Georgia ............................................................................................... 50 ALECs Autopilot Tax Cuts Bill In Georgia ......................................................................... 51 Crony Capitalism .................................................................................................................... 53 ALECs Asbestos Bill In Georgia .......................................................................................... 53 ALECs Bill To Alter Common Law ..................................................................................... 56 ALECs Bill To Limit Citizens Ability To Sue ...................................................................... 58 ALECs PR Model Resolution In Georgia ............................................................................ 59 ALECs Internet Restriction Bill In Georgia........................................................................ 61 APPENDIX A: ALECS CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTIONS/REIMBURSEMENTS..................... 63 APPENDIX B: CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE SPENDING ON ALEC ......................................................... 64 APPENDIX C: GEORGIAS ALEC SCHOLARSHIP ACCOUNT BALANCE SHEETS, 2006-2008 ............. 75 APPENDIX D: ALEC RELATED LOBBYIST EXPENDITURES .............................................................80

Key Findings The American Legislative Exchange Council, is remarkably powerful in Peach State politics. ALEC and its legislative leaders in the state have supported and pushed some of Georgias most devastating legislation. ALECs agenda is a combination of an arch-conservative ideology and the pecuniary interests of corporations. The resulting ALEC model bills that have been adopted by ALEC task forces and have advanced in Georgia have harmed the rights and opportunities of everyday citizens in the process. Georgia has the most ALEC Legislators of any state in the country. Seventy-one members of the legislature, all Republicans, are associated with ALEC; Georgia has by far the most of any state. Additionally, half of Georgias federal representatives are ALEC members or alumni. Georgias ALEC members are incredibly active in ALEC. Sen. Chip Rogers, and Rep. Casas held leadership positions in ALEC, while Sen. Judson Hill does currently. Each ALEC convention attracts a large number of Georgian legislators, numbering into the dozens. It is not known how many are attending ALECs 40th Annual Convention in Chicago, Aug 7-9th. The large number of legislators outside the limelight attracts swarms of lobbyists. Legislators have received over $140,000 in lobbyist gifts while attending ALEC conventions. In addition, ALEC has a special fund set up to avoid disclosure, called the scholarship fund. It funnels money secretly from corporations to legislators to pay for travel, totaling more than $170,000 over only three years. And an additional $155,000 in expenditures from campaign accounts. The conflicts of interest from this torrent of cash are numerous and unconscionable. With limited financial disclosure, this report attempts to connect the dots between the corporate interests providing gobs of money to legislators. Georgia doesnt have many ALEC bills; Georgia has ALEC laws. The authors of this report lacked the capacity to identify every ALEC law enacted in Georgia. Dozens of ALEC bills have been enacted into law recently. This report highlights a selection of the ALEC bills enacted in Georgia, and expose the real world results of those policies. The results have been horrible. ALECs education policies enacted in Georgia are a catastrophe. Thanks in large part to the efforts of Rep. Casas, Georgia has enacted ALECs model voucher policies, and foregone the accountability efforts that should come with such legislation to disastrous results. ALECs healthcare policies enacted in Georgia are a series of ineffective giveaways to the insurance industry. Sen. Judson Hill has gone to great lengths to work with insurance and pharmaceutical corporations to pass whatever they want, and even had the audacity to try to make these models for the nation. These policies are failures, not models. Georgia has the fifth highest percentage of people who lack health insurance.1 ALECs brand of crony capitalism has produced bills to rig the legal system for corporations, prevent capitalist competition, and even outsourced the design of tax plans to ALEC and its corporate allies.

ALECs Annual Meeting, August 7th-9th, is its 40th, and ALEC is celebrating its long and influential legacy. In Georgia we live with that legacy, and know ALEC is nothing to celebrate.

GeorgiaHealthNews.com, 09/12/12

About ALEC The American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC is a Washington, DC, based group funded almost entirely by corporations, corporate linked foundations, big business associations, insurance companies, and the super-rich. ALEC was formed in 1973 by a group of conservative activists who came together to advance a national right-wing agenda in state legislatures across the country. ALEC says it has more than 300 corporate and 2,000 (mostly Republican) state legislative members. These members who work outside of the public view to approve model legislation and to promote a right-wing national agenda that is designed in many ways to increase corporate profits at the public expense. ALECs known corporate funders have included: (See the full list via alecexposed.org ) Altria Anheuser-Busch NA AstraZeneca AT&T Bayer Corp BP Bridgepoint America Celgene CenturyLink Chevron Comcast Dow Chemicals HOW ALEC WORKS Legislators and corporate lobbyists gather together at ALEC conferences, often held at luxury resorts, away from the public eye. The legislators bring home model bills, many of which were written by the corporations themselves, designed to help the corporate bottom line. The People of Georgia have nothing to do with the process, and are entirely shut out of the closed-door meetings at which the legislation is voted on. These conventions are often family vacations, where legislators bring their families to visit travel destinations like Hilton Head, Coeur DAllene, or San Diego. Frequently legislators are unable to afford such luxury, so willing lobbyists and special interests are eager to pick up the tab for lawmakers. ALEC spends more than half a million dollars each year to pay for legislators travel,2 with the money coming from pharmaceutical companies, oil giants and other multinational firms. These payments from lobbyists and special interests can cumulate to thousands of dollars and are barred in 4 states, yet often the transactions are not disclosed to the public as gifts or reimbursements by firms with lobbying interests. In some states, lawmakers are able to wrangle the state into paying for their trips to ALEC resort meetings, forcing the taxpayer to pick up the tab for the lawmakers luxury trips to meet with corporate lobbyists through ALEC. At ALEC conventions, corporate special interests vote as a separate body, held equal with legislators in ALEC task force meetings. Lobbyists and legislators both propose model bills, and both groups vote whether to adopt the model. If the special interests dont approve of a bill, they can vote it down, and eBay Eli Lilly ExxonMobil Farmers Group FedEx K12 Inc. Koch Industries Marathon Oil Microsoft News Corp. Novartis Peabody Energy Pfizer Shell Oil State Farm Insurance T-Mobile Takeda Pharmaceutical Time Warner Cable UnitedHealthcare UPS Verizon Visa Wall Street Journal Yahoo!

CMD, Dec. 2012

this has happened. ALECs legislative leaders are tasked under ALECs public bylaws with getting the bills introduced into law. Many ALEC legislators introduce the corporate-authored ALEC bills in their state legislatures as verbatim copies of the ALEC models but without any reference to ALECs role. The ALEC business model is incredibly effective. ALECs former Executive Director bragged, With our success rate at more than 20 percent, I would say that ALEC is a good investment. Nowhere else can you get a return that high.3 According to ALEC documents, in 115 pieces of ALEC legislation were passed in the 2010 legislative session;4 this is the last publically available copy of their scorecard. ALECs effect increased after the 2010 elections, and as this report demonstrates, ALEC remains a major player in the state legislature. ALEC is not elected, yet it has had more voice in what is happening in our states and country than many voters do. By creating model legislation and using friendly legislators, the people's voice is removed from the process as corporations take control of our state government. And, too often, ALEC bills are pushed through legislatures, with ALEC legislative leaders in control, in ways that demonstrate disinterest or hostility to the will of the people, in favor of a desire to enact ALEC agenda items as quickly as possible, as we have seen in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and North Carolina.


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Georgian Politicians Associated With ALEC Current Office Holders Current Statewide Officials Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens5 Labor Commissioner Mark Butler6 Current Federal Officials Rep. Doug Collins7 Rep. Phil Gingrey8 Rep. Tom Graves9 Rep. Jack Kingston10 Rep. Thomas Price11 Rep. Austin Scott12 Rep. Lynn Westmoreland13 Current State Senators 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
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Sen. John Albers14 Sen. Don Balfour15 Sen. Charlie Bethel16 Sen. Ronnie W. Chance17 Sen. Frank Ginn18 Sen. Steve Gooch19 Sen. Bill Heath20 Sen. Hunter Hill21 Sen. Jack Hill22 Sen. Judson Hill, co-chair of ALECs Health and Human Services Task Force23 Sen. Rick Jeffares24 Sen. Barry D. Loudermilk25 Sen. Fran Millar26 Sen. Jack Murphy27 Sen. David Shafer28


CMD, 10/17/12 CMD, 10/17/12 7 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 8 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 9 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 10 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 11 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 12 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 13 ALEC.org, accessed 01/24/13 14 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 15 CMD, 10/17/12 16 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 17 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 18 Sen. Ginn Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 19 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 20 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 21 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 22 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 23 ALEC.org, accessed 08/01/13 24 Sen. Jeffares Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 25 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 26 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/11 27 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/10 28 Sen. Shafer Campaign Finance Report 06/30/09
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16. Sen. Cecil P. Staton29 17. Sen. Jesse Stone30 18. Sen. Ross Tolleson31 19. Sen. Renee Unterman32 20. Sen. Tommie Williams33 Current State Representatives 1. Speaker David Ralston34 2. Rep. Stephen Allison35 3. Rep. Ellis Black36 4. Rep. Buzz Brockway37 5. Rep. John Carson38 6. Rep. David Casas, Former National Chair of the Education Task Force39 7. Rep. Mickey Channell40 8. Rep. Josh Clark, current State Chair of ALEC41 9. Rep. Kevin Cooke42 10. Rep. Sharon Cooper43 11. Rep. Katie Dempsey44 12. Rep. Robert Dickey III45 13. Rep. Matt Dollar46 14. Rep. Mike Dudgeon47 15. Rep. Delvis Dutton48 16. Rep. Earl Ehrhart, 2005 ALEC National Chairman49 17. Rep. Terry England50 18. Rep. Barry Fleming51 19. Rep. Harry Geisinger52 20. Rep. Gerald E. Greene53 21. Rep. Mark D. Hamilton54 22. Rep. Ben L. Harbin55 23. Rep. Brett Harrell56 24. Rep. Lee Hawkins57 25. Rep. J. Calvin Hill, Jr. 2011 ALEC State Chair of the year58


ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 31 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 32 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 33 CMD, Dec. 2012 34 Rep. Ralston Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/10 35 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 36 ALEC, 08/08/13 37 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 38 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 39 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, 07/01/11 40 Rep. Channell Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/07 41 ALEC.org, accessed 08/01/13 42 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 43 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 44 Rep. Dempsey Campaign Finance Report 12/31/09 45 Rep. Dickey Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 46 CMD, Dec. 2012 47 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, 07/01/11 48 Rep. Dutton Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 49 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 50 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 51 CMD, Dec. 2012 52 Rep. Geisinger Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 53 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 54 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 55 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 56 Rep. Harrell Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 57 Press Release, Rep. Gingrey, 01/29/10
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26. Rep. L. Penny Houston59 27. Rep. Mike Jacobs60 28. Rep. Jan Jones61 29. Rep. Edward Lindsey, Jr.62 30. Rep. Chuck Martin63 31. Rep. Howard Maxwell64 32. Rep. John Meadows65 33. Rep. Randy Nix66 34. Rep. Larry ONeal67 35. Rep. Butch Parrish68 36. Rep. Don L. Parsons69 37. Rep. Jimmy Pruett70 38. Rep. Paulette Rakestraw-Braddock71 39. Rep. Tom R. Rice72 40. Rep. Lynne Riley73 41. Rep. Carl Rogers74 42. Rep. Ed Rynders75 43. Rep. Ed Setzler76 44. Rep. Jason Shaw77 45. Rep. Donna Sheldon78 46. Rep. Barbara Sims79 47. Rep. Lynn Smith80 48. Rep. Richard Smith81 49. Rep. Sam Teasley82 50. Rep. Wendell Willard83 51. Rep. Bruce Williamson84 52. Rep. John Yates85


Press Release, Rep. Hill, 08/11/11 Rep. Houston Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 60 CMD, Dec. 2012 61 CMD, Dec. 2012 62 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 63 CMD, Dec. 2012 64 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, 07/01/11 65 ALEC Letter to Congress, 07/28/09 66 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 67 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 68 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 69 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/10 70 Rep. Pruett Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 71 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 72 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 73 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 74 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 75 Rep. Lynders Campaign Finance Report 12/31/07 76 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 77 CMD, Dec. 2012 78 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 79 Rep. Sims Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 80 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 81 Rep. Smith Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 82 Rep. Teasley Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 83 Rep. Willard Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/08 84 Rep. Williamson Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/12 85 Rep. Yates Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11
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Former Office Holders Former Federal Officials Fmr. Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA)86 Fmr. Rep. John Linder (R-GA)87 Fmr. Rep. Michael Collins (R-GA)88 Former State Senators Sen. Peg Blitch89 Sen. Greg Goggans90 Sen. Johnny Grant91 Sen. William Hamrick92 Sen. Eric B. Johnson93 Sen. Nan Orrock, former member, cut ties and denounced ALEC94 Sen. Chip Pearson95 Sen. Chip Rogers, former National ALEC Treasurer96 Sen. Mitch Sebaugh97 Sen. Preston Smith98 Sen. John J. Wiles, former ALEC State Co-Chair99 Sen. James Whitehead100 Former State Representatives Speaker Mark J. Burkhalter101 Speaker Glenn Richardson102 Rep. Amos Amerson103 Rep. Alberta Anderson104 Rep. Kathy Ashe105 Rep. Sue Burmeister106 Rep. Charlice Byrd107 Rep. Jill Chambers108 Rep. Jim Cole109 Rep. Melvin Everson110


Vimeo.com, accessed 04/06/13 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 88 ALEC Leaders In the States, 2001 89 Legislative Biograpy, accessed 01/29/13 90 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/11 91 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 92 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 93 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 94 The Raw Story, 04/17/12 95 ALEC Letter to Majority Leader Reid, 03/10/10 96 ALEC.org, accessed 01/25/13 97 Sen. Seabaugh Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 98 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 99 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2001 100 CMD, Dec. 2012 101 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 102 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 103 ALEC Letter to Congress, 07/28/09 104 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 105 ALEC Sourcebook, 1995 106 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 107 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 108 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 109 CMD, Dec. 2012
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Rep. Ronald L. Forster, ALEC State Chair111 Rep. Allen Freeman112 Rep. Michael Harden113 Rep. Mark Hatfield114 Rep. Billy S. Horne115 Rep. Hank Huckaby116 Rep. Robert Irvin117 Rep. Jerry Keen118 Rep. Bob Lane119 Rep. Jeff Lewis120 Rep. John Lunsford121 Rep. Gene Maddox122 Rep. Judy Manning123 Rep. Warren Masse, ALEC State Co-Chair 124 Rep. Jeff May125 Rep. James Mills126 Rep. Anne Mueller127 Rep. Martin Scott128 Rep. Bob Smith129 Rep. Kip Smith130 Rep. Vance Smith131 Rep. Len Walker132


CMD, Dec. 2012 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 112 CMD, Dec. 2012 113 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 114 Screenshot of Rep. Hatfields campaign website, accessed 01/25/13 115 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 116 Rep. Huckaby Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 117 ALEC.org page archived from 12/08/00 118 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2005 119 Rep. Lane Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 120 CMD, Dec. 2012 121 CMD, Dec. 2012 122 CMD, Dec. 2012 123 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 124 ALEC Leaders In The States, 2001 125 CMD, Dec. 2012 126 CMD, Dec. 2012 127 ALEC: Keeping The Promise, 1993 128 CMD, Dec. 2012 129 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 130 Rep. Smith Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 131 CMD, Dec. 2012 132 ALEC.org page archived from 12/08/00
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ALEC Convention Attendance For the purposes of this report, if a person attended a dinner or event in the ALEC convention city, or with someone independently known to be at the ALEC convention, during the time of the convention, that legislator, it is presumed they attended the ALEC convention. This presumption was not made for the Atlanta convention. Chicago, IL August 7-9, 2013 Rep. John Carson133 Rep. Josh Clark134 Sen. Judson Hill135 Rep. Chuck Martin136 Rep. Wendell Willard137 Rep. Bruce Williamson138 Oklahoma City, OK May 2-3, 2013 Rep. Stephen Allison139 Rep. Buzz Brockway140 Rep. Kevin Cooke141 Rep. Josh Clark142 Rep. Mike Dudgeon143 Rep. Lee Hawkins144 Rep. Lynne Riley145 Rep. Wendell Willard146 Sen. Steve Gooch147 Sen. Jack Murphy148 Sen. Judson Hill149 Washington, DC November 28-30, 2012 Rep. Josh Clark150 Rep. Kevin Cooke151 Rep. Delvis Dutton152 Sen. Hunter Hill153 Sen. Judson Hill154


GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 ALEC, accessed on 09/05/13 136 ALEC, accessed on 09/05/13 137 ALEC, accessed on 09/05/13 138 ALEC, accessed on 09/05/13 139 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 140 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 141 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 142 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 143 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 144 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 145 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 146 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 147 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 148 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 149 GGTCFE, accessed 07/10/13 150 Rep. Clark Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 151 Rep. Cooke Campaign Finance Repot, 12/31/12 152 Rep. Dutton Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 153 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 154 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12
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Sen. Rick Jeffares155 Rep. Ed Lindsey156 Sen. Barry Loudermilk157 Rep. Lynne Riley158 Salt Lake City, UT, July 25-28, 2012 Rep. David Casas159 Rep. Mickey Channell160 Rep. Josh Clark161 Rep. Kevin Cooke162 Rep. Delvis Dutton163 Rep. Rich Golick164 Rep. Mark Hamilton165 Sen. Judson Hill166 Rep. Chuck Martin167 Rep. Butch Parrish168 Rep. Bruce Williamson169 Charlotte, NC, May 10-11, 2012 Rep. Buzz Brockway170 Rep. David Casas171 Rep. Matt Dollar172 Rep. Mike Dudgeon173 Rep. Calvin Hill174 Sen. Judson Hill175 Rep. Chuck Martin176 Rep. Don Parsons177 Rep. Lynne Riley178 Scottsdale, AZ, November 30-December 2, 2011 Sen. Charlie Bethel179 Rep. David Casas180


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Sen. Jeffares Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 Rep. Lindsey Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 157 Sen. Loudermilk Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 158 Rep. Riley Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/12 159 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 160 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 161 Rep. Clark Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 162 Rep. Cooke Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 163 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 164 Rep. Golick Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/12 165 Rep. Hamilton Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 166 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 167 Rep. Martin Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/10 168 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 169 Rep. Willaimson Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/12 170 Rep. Brockway Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 171 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 04/06/12 172 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 173 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 174 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2012 175 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 04/06/12 176 Rep. Martin Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/12 177 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 2012 178 Rep. Riley Campaign Finance Report, 03/31/12 179 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 180 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/11

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Rep. Mark Hamilton181 Rep. Calvin Hill182 Rep. Chuck Martin183 Rep. Don Parsons184 Rep. Lynne Riley185 Sen. Chip Rogers186 Rep. Kip Smith187 Rep. Len Walker188 New Orleans, LA, August 3-6, 2011 Sen. John Albers189 Sen. Don Balfour190 Rep. Buzz Brockway191 Rep. Charlice Byrd192 Rep. David Casas193 Sen. Ronnie Chance194 Rep. Mickey Channell195 Rep. Josh Clark196 Rep. Katie Dempsey197 Sen. Steve Gooch198 Rep. Mark Hamilton199 Sen. Bill Hamrick200 Rep. Ben Harbin201 Sen. Bill Heath202 Rep. Calvin Hill203 Sen. Rick Jeffares204 Rep. Chuck Martin205 Sen. Fran Millar206 Rep. Larry ONeal207 Rep. Elena Parent208 Rep. Butch Parrish209 Rep. Don Parsons210


Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/11 183 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 04/06/12 184 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/11 185 Rep. Riley Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 186 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/11 187 Rep. Smith Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 188 Rep. Walker Campaign Finance Final Report, 2011 189 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 190 Sen. Balfour Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 191 Rep. Brockway Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 192 Rep. Byrd Campaign Finacne Report, 06/30/11 193 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/11 194 Sen. Chance Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 195 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 196 Rep. Clark Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 197 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 198 Sen. Gooch Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 199 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 200 Sen. Hamrick Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 201 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 202 Sen. Heath Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 203 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 204 Sen. Jeffares Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 205 Rep. Martin Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 206 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 207 Rep. ONeal Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 208 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 209 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011
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Rep. Paulette Rakestraw-Braddock211 Rep. David Ralston212 Rep. Lynne Riley213 Sen. Carl Rogers214 Rep. Ed Rynders215 Rep. Barbara Sims216 Rep. Kip Smith217 Sen. Renee Unterman218 Rep. Bruce Williamson219 Cincinnati, OH, April 28-29, 2011 Rep. Buzz Brockway220 Rep. Charlice Byrd221 Sen. Ronnie Chance222 Rep. Josh Clark223 Rep. Mike Dudgeon224 Rep. Mark Hamilton225 Rep. Ben Harbin226 Rep. Calvin Hill227 Sen. Judson Hill228 Rep. Jan Jones229 Rep. Chuck Martin230 Sen. Jack Murphy231 Rep. Don Parsons232 Rep. Paulette Rakestraw-Braddock233 Rep. Lynne Riley234 Sen. Chip Rogers235 Rep. Ed Setzler236 Sen. Renee Unterman237 Washington, DC, December 1-3, 2010


ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 Rep. Rakestraw-Braddock Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 212 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 213 Rep. Riley Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 214 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 215 Rep. Rynders Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 216 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 217 Rep. Smith Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11 218 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 219 Rep. Williamson Campaign Finance Report 09/30/12 220 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 221 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 222 Sen. Chance Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 223 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 224 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/11 225 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 226 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 227 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2011 228 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 229 Rep. Jones Campaign Finance Report 06/30/11 230 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 231 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 232 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/18/11 233 Rep. Rakestraw-Braddock Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 234 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 235 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 236 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 237 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11
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Congressman Tom Graves238 Congressman Tom Price239 DOT Commissioner Vance Smith240 Rep. Buzz Brockway241 Rep. Mark Butler242 Rep. Charlice Byrd243 Rep. Josh Clark244 Rep. Kevin Cooke245 Rep. Ben Harbin246 Rep. Calvin Hill247 Sen. Judson Hill248 Rep. Ed Lindsey249 Rep. Larry ONeal250 Rep. Tom Rice251 Rep. Ed Setzler252 Rep. Kip Smith253 Rep. Sam Teasley254 Sen. Renee Unterman255 San Diego, CA August 5-8, 2010 Rep. Buzz Brockway256 Rep. Charlice Byrd257 Rep. David Casas258 Rep. Mickey Channell259 Rep. Josh Clark260 Rep. Matt Dollar261 Rep. Mark Hamilton262 Rep. Ben Harbin263 Rep. Calvin Hill264 Sen. Judson Hill265 Rep. Chuck Martin266 Sen. Jack Murphy267


ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 240 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 241 Rep. Brockway Campaign Finance Report, 10/25/10 242 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 243 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 244 Rep. Clark Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 245 Rep. Cooke Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 246 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 247 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 06/30/11 248 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 249 Rep. Lindsey Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 250 Rep. ONeal Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/10 251 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 252 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 253 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 254 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 255 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 03/31/11 256 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 257 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 258 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 259 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 260 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 261 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 262 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 263 Rep. Harbin Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/10 264 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 265 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 266 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10
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Rep. Don Parsons268 Rep. David Ralston269 Rep. Tom Rice270 Sen. Chip Rogers271 Rep. Donna Sheldon272 Rep. Kip Smith273 Rep. Lynn Smith274 Sen. Renee Unterman275 Rep. Len Walker276 St. Louis, MO, April 23-24, 2010 Rep. Charlice Byrd277 Rep. Earl Ehrhart278 Rep. Tom Graves279 Rep. Calvin Hill280 Rep. Jeff May281 Washington, DC, December 2-4, 2009 Sen. Don Balfour282 Rep. Tom Graves283 Sen. Bill Hamrick284 Rep. Calvin Hill285 Sen. Judson Hill286 Rep. Barry Loudermilk287 Rep. Tom Rice288 Sen. Chip Rogers289 Sen. Donna Sheldon290 Sen. Preston Smith291 Rep. Len Walker292 Atlanta, GA July 15-18, 2009 Rep. Charlice Byrd293


ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/28/10 269 Rep. Ralston Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/10 270 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 271 Sen. Rogers Campaign Finance Report 06/30/10 272 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 273 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 274 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 275 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 10/27/10 276 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2010 277 Rep. Byrd Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/10 278 Rep. Ehrhart Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/11 279 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report 03/31/10 280 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/10 281 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/10 282 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 283 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 284 Sen. Hamrick Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 285 ALEC 35 Day Mailing, Obtained by Common Cause, 07/01/10 286 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report 12/31/10 287 Rep. Loudermilk Campaign Finace Report, 12/31/09 288 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 289 Sen. Rogers Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 290 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 291 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 292 Rep. Walker Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09
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Rep. David Casas294 Rep. Jim Cole295 Rep. Calvin Hill296 Sen. Judson Hill297 Rep. Harry Geisinger298 Rep. Tom Graves299 Rep. Jerry Keen300 Rep. Chuck Martin301 Rep. Howard Maxwell302 Rep. Jimmy Pruett303 Sen. David Shafer304 Memphis, TN, May 1-2, 2009 Rep. Charlice Byrd305 Rep. Matt Dollar306 Rep. Tom Graves307 Sen. Judson Hill308 Rep. James Mills309 Sen. Jack Murphy310 Rep. Don Parsons311 Sen. Chip Rogers312 Sen. Renee Unterman313 Sen. John Wiles314 Sen. Tommie Williams315 Washington, DC, December 4-6, 2008 Sen. Don Balfour316 Rep. Mark Butler317 Rep. Charlice Byrd318 Rep. Tom Graves319 Rep. Mark Hamilton320


Rep. Byrd Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 295 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 296 Rep. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 297 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 298 Rep. Geisinger Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 299 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 300 Rep. Keen Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 301 Rep. Martin Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 302 Rep. Maxwell Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 303 Rep. Pruett Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 304 Sen. Shafer Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 305 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 306 GGTCFC, 2009 307 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 308 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 309 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 310 Sen. Murphy Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 311 GGTCFC, 2009 312 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 313 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 314 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data, 2009 315 Sen. Williams Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 316 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 317 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 318 Rep. Byrd Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/09 319 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/08 320 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008
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Rep. Ben Harbin321 Rep. Calvin Hill322 Sen. Judson Hill323 Rep. Martin Scott324 Rep. Len Walker325 Rep. Wendell Willard326 Chicago, IL, July 30-August 2, 2008 Rep. Mark Burkhalter327 Rep. Mark Butler328 Rep. David Casas329 Rep. Mickey Channell330 Rep. Matt Dollar331 Rep. Allen Freeman332 Rep. Tom Graves333 Rep. Mark Hamilton334 Sen. Bill Hamrick335 Rep. Jan Jones336 Rep. Jerry Keen337 Rep. John Lundsford338 Sen. Jack Murphy339 Rep. Larry ONeal340 Rep. Don Parsons341 Rep. Glenn Richardson342 Sen. Chip Rogers343 Rep. Donna Sheldon344 Rep. Martin Scott345 Rep. Vance Smith346 Rep. Ross Tolleson347 Sen. John Wiles348 Hot Springs, AR, May 16-17, 2008


Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 323 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 324 GGTCFC, 2008 325 Rep. Walker Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/08 326 Rep. Willard Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/08 327 Rep. Burkhalter Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 328 GGTCFC, 2008 329 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 330 Rep. Channell Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 331 GGTCFC, 2008 332 Rep. Freeman Campaign Finance Report, 06/20/08 333 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 334 GGTCFC, 2008 335 Sen. Hamrick Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/08 336 Rep. Jones Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 337 Rep. Keen Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 338 GGTCFC, 2008 339 GGTCFC, 2008 340 GGTCFC, 2008 341 Rep. Parsons Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 342 Rep. Richardson Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/08 343 GGTCFC, 2008 344 GGTCFC, 2008 345 GGTCFC, 2008 346 GGTCFC, 2008 347 GGTCFC, 2008 348 GGTCFC, 2008
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Rep. Charlice Byrd349 Rep. Matt Dollar350 Rep. Tom Graves351 Rep. Calvin Hill352 Sen. Judson Hill353 Rep. Jimmy Pruett354 Rep. Martin Scott355 Sen. Tommie Williams356 Washington, DC, December 5-8, 2007 Rep. Matt Dollar357 Rep. Tom Graves358 Rep. Mark Hamilton359 Rep. Calvin Hill360 Sen. Judson Hill361 Rep. Edward Lindsey362 Sen. Jack Murphy363 Rep. Tom Rice364 Sen. Chip Rogers365 Rep. Martin Scott366 Sen. Renee Unterman367 Rep. Len Walker368 Sen. John Wiles369 Philadelphia, PA, July 25-29, 2007 Rep. Mark Burkhalter370 Rep. Mark Butler371 Rep. Charlice Byrd Rep. David Casas372 Rep. Jill Chambers373 Rep. Doug Collins374 Rep. Matt Dollar375


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Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 351 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/08 352 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 353 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/08 354 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 355 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2008 356 Sen. Williams Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/08 357 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 358 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 359 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 360 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 361 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 362 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 363 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 364 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 365 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 366 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 367 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 368 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 369 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 370 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 371 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 372 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 373 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 374 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007

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Rep. Earl Ehrhart376 Rep. Barry Fleming377 Rep. Ron Forster378 Rep. Tom Graves379 Rep. Ben Harbin380 Sen. Judson Hill381 Sen. Ralph Hudgens382 Rep. Mike Jacobs383 Rep. Gene Maddox384 Rep. James Mills385 Rep. Larry ONeal386 Rep. Don Parsons387 Rep. Tom Rice388 Sen. Chip Rogers389 Rep. Ed Rynders390 Rep. Ed Setzler391 Rep. Martin Scott392 Rep. Vance Smith393 Sen. Ross Tolleson394 Sen. Renee Unterman395 Sen. John Wiles396 Sen. Tommie Williams397 Hilton Head, SC, April 26-27, 2007 Rep. Mark Burkhalter398 Rep. Charlice Byrd399 Rep. David Casas400 Rep. Matt Dollar401 Rep. Barry Fleming402 Rep. Ron Forster403 Sen. Bill Hamrick404


Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 377 Rep. Fleming Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 378 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 379 Rep. Graves Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 380 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 381 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/07 382 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 383 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 384 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 385 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 386 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 387 Rep. Parsons Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 388 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 389 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 390 Rep. Rynders Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 391 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 392 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 393 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 394 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 395 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 396 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 397 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 398 Rep. Burkhalter Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/07 399 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 400 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 401 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 402 Rep. Fleming Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/07 403 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 404 Sen. Hamrick Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/07
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Sen. Bill Heath405 Rep. Calvin Hill406 Sen. Judson Hill407 Rep. Jan Jones408 Rep. Donna Sheldon409 Rep. Larry ONeal410 Rep. Renee Unterman411 Phoenix, AZ, December 6-9, 2006 Rep. Mark Burkhalter412 Rep. Jim Cole413 Rep. Matt Dollar414 Rep. Ron Forster415 Rep. Tom Graves416 Rep. Calvin Hill417 Sen. Judson Hill418 Rep. Barry Loudermilk419 Rep. Judy Manning420 Sen. Chip Rogers421 Rep. Martin Scott422 Rep. Bob Smith423 Rep. Vance Smith424 Sen. Renee Unterman425 San Francisco, CA, July 19-23, 2006 Rep. Alberta Anderson426 Sen. Don Balfour427 Rep. Mark Butler428 Rep. Matt Dollar429 Rep. Earl Ehrhart430 Rep. Barry Fleming431 Rep. Ron Forster432


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Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 407 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 408 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 409 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 410 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 411 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2007 412 Rep. Burkhalter Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/06 413 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 414 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 415 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 416 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 417 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 418 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 10/25/06 419 Rep. Loudermilk Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/06 420 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 421 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 422 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 423 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 424 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 425 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 426 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 427 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 428 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 429 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06 430 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 431 Rep. Fleming Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06

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Sen. Johnny Grant433 Rep. Ben Harbin434 Sen. Judson Hill435 Rep. Jan Jones436 Rep. Jerry Keen437 Rep. Jeff Lewis438 Rep. John Lunsford439 Rep. Judy Manning440 Rep. Chuck Martin441 Rep. Jeff May442 Rep. Larry ONeal443 Rep. Don Parsons444 Rep. Glenn Richardson445 Rep. Tom Rice446 Sen. Chip Rogers447 Sen. Mitch Seabaugh448 Rep. Jay Shaw449 Rep. Donna Sheldon450 Rep. Bob Smith451 Rep. Vance Smith452 Rep. Ross Tolleson453 Sen. Renee Unterman454 Sen. Jim Whitehead455 Sen. John Wiles456 Sen. Tommie Williams457 Coeur DAllene, ID, April 21-22, 2006 Rep. Sue Burmeister458 Rep. David Casas459 Rep. Matt Dollar460 Rep. Earl Ehrhart461


Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 434 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 435 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06 436 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 437 Rep. Keen Campaign Finance Report 06/30/06 438 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 439 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 440 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 441 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 442 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 443 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 444 Rep. Parsons Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/06 445 Rep. Richardson Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06 446 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 447 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 448 Sen. Seabaugh Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06 449 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 450 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 451 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 452 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 453 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 454 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 455 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 456 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 457 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 458 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 459 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 09/30/06 460 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 461 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006
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Rep. Melvin Everson462 Rep. Tom Graves463 Sen. Bill Heath464 Rep. Calvin Hill465 Sen. Judson Hill466 Rep. Ed Lindsey467 Rep. Don Parsons468 Rep. Donna Sheldon469 Rep. Vance Smith470 Sen. Renee Unterman471 Sen. Tommie Williams472 Rep. Jim Whitehead473 ALEC Academies And Misc. Meetings Rep. Glenn Richardson, New York, NY Travel Purchased December, 2006474 Rep. David Casas, Chicago, IL, Academy on Education, June, 2006475 Rep. Allen Freeman, Boston, MA, August, 2007476 Rep. David Casas, Atlanta, GA, Academy on Education, September, 2007477 Rep. Matt Dollar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, October, 2007478 Rep. Matt Dollar, Orlando, FL, June 2008479 Rep. Matt Dollar, Task Force Meeting, Phoenix, AZ November, 2008480 Rep. Calvin Hill, Academy on Higher Education San Antonio, TX, September 25-27, 2009481 Rep. Matt Dollar, Austin, TX, March 2010482 Rep. Larry ONeal, Washington, DC, June, 2011483


Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 464 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 465 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 466 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 03/31/06 467 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 468 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 469 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 470 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 471 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 472 Sen. Williams Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/06 473 Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission Data,, 2006 474 Rep. Richardson Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/06 475 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 476 Rep. Freeman Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 477 Rep. Casas Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 478 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/07 479 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 10/25/08 480 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/08 481 Rep. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/09 482 Rep. Dollar Campaign Finance Report, 06/30/10 483 Rep. ONeal Campaign Finance Report, 12/31/11
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The Money Trail Campaign Finances Perhaps it is most fitting that many ALEC legislators use their campaign accounts to finance their excursions to meet with lobbyists and corporate donors at ALEC. At least $155,626.56 in campaign funds have been spent on ALEC. Additionally, ALEC has transferred at least $11,171.45 to campaign committees. Only one of these transactions has been denoted as a reimbursement, the nature of the other transactions remains clouded. Campaign funds seem mostly to have been used for airfare and lodging, membership fees and registration. It is not known how much additional spending has been hidden through committees reimbursing persons for costs without disclosing what the funds were spent on. Even so, campaign finance is likely the most appropriate means of financing junkets to ALEC, and has significantly better disclosure than other mechanisms. ALEC Scholarships In Georgia Georgia is one of three states that do not restrict lobbyist gifts to legislators, the first restrictions will take effect for 2014.484 485 Georgia lawmakers also use their campaign committees to pay for ALEC conferences. Yet Georgian lawmakers often use the Georgia ALEC scholarship account to pay for ALEC travel. Between 2006 and 2008 the ALEC scholarship account spent over $170,000.00, presumably on travel for Georgian legislators. The scholarship account differs from both campaign accounts, and lobbyist expenditures, in that the scholarship transactions are not disclosed. This is deliberate. The November/December 2008 issue of the ALEC magazine Inside ALEC, announced the implementation of an Elections and Ethics subcommittee of an ALEC task force, opening the ALEC forum to sponsor ethics legislation. The issue included an article by the Policy Coordinator of that subcommittee decrying Colorado ethics reforms that banned gifts over $50 to legislators, prohibited ALEC scholarships, and noted that ALEC was able to find a loophole for the Colorado ALEC State Chair. The article concluded, That is why it is important for organizations such as ALEC to provide the opportunity for legislators to discuss the best ways to ensure integrity in government.486 In 2009 and 2010, Georgian state legislators undertook an overhaul of ethics regulations. As the bill passed the Senate, it made no alterations to the section of law that applied to the disclosure of lobbyist expenditures. Speaker Ralston, an active ALEC member, carried the legislation. The bill changed significantly in the House Ethics committee. Six ALEC members were on the committee, comprising a majority of the committee.487 The committee added an amendment allowing the Reimbursement or payment of actual and reasonable expenses for a meeting which is provided to a public officer to permit such public officer's participation in such meeting. This would allow for the ALEC scholarships to be legal, as a carved out exemption. On the house floor, Speaker Ralston offered an amendment, which was adopted, to require the disclosure of reimbursement or payment of actual and reasonable expenses provided to a public officer,488 and this is the language that is law.489 While this language would seem to require the disclosure of thousands of dollars of money being spent by special interests like oil giant BP, or pharmaceutical giant Novartis to fund legislators trips, it does not.


Atlanta Journal Constitution, 01/29/13 legis.ga.gov, accessed 07/29/13 486 Inside ALEC, Nov./Dec. 2008 487 House.ga.gov, accessed 04/01/13 compared with this reports list of ALEC members 488 2010 House Journal, page 4376 489 GA 21-5-70
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The law is carefully and delicately written to avoid public disclosure. The law is written that disclosure is required of contributions to public officers for the expenses of such public officers.490 To fund these scholarships corporations send money to the scholarship account, which is controlled by the State Chair of ALEC.491 While these payments are made for legislators expenses, but not to those specific legislators, the scholarship funds are sent through an intermediary to launder the payments and avoid disclosure, which may well be why the transactions are legal. Speaker Ralston, an active ALEC member, championed this so-called ethics reform, and left a massive loophole allowing for ALEC members to benefit from thousands and thousands of dollars in shadow. For the 2013 legislative session, Speaker Ralston again proposed a package of ethics reforms. He was widely lauded for trying to end the culture of Fancy steak dinners and box seats to ballgames paid for by lobbyists.492 The Speaker declared, It is vital that we as public servants always strive to earn and hold the trust of the public. We do that by enacting true and complete reform of our ethics laws, and avoiding gimmicks cloaked as reform by those that seek a platform and relevance.493 Yet in both the Speakers introduced version, and the new law, the ALEC loophole remains. The Center for Media and Democracy acquired data on ALECs scholarship funds for 2006-2008, and reported the balance sheets of Georgias scholarship fund.494 The full data can be found in the appendices of this report. Top Ten ALEC Scholarship Recipients, 2006-08 1. Sen. Judson Hill, $10,391.51 2. Fmr. Sen. Chip Rogers, $7,895.91 3. Fmr. Rep. Martin Scott, $7451.36 4. Fmr. Sen. John Wiles, $7,382.36 5. Fmr. Rep., Current Labor Commissioner Mark Butler, $6,888.25 6. Rep. Calvin Hill, $6850.32 7. Rep. Tom Rice, $6,632.63 8. Fmr. Rep. Vance Smith, $6,568.29 9. Rep. Matt Dollar, $6,373.84 10. Rep. Don Parsons, $5,735.48 Top Ten ALEC Scholarship Funders, 200608 1. Crown Holdings, f.k.a. Crown Cork, $15,000.00 1. Georgia Electric Membership Corporation, $15,000.00 3. Novartis, $12,000.00 4. State Farm Insurance, $11,000.00 5. Georgia Hospital Association, $10,000.00 6. BP Corporation, $9,000.00 7. Eli Lilly, $6,000.00 7. Pfizer, $6,000.00 7. UPS Foundation, $6,000.00 10. Bayer Healthcare, $5,000.00


GA 21-5-70 ALEC, 09/24/12 492 Atlanta Journal Constitution, 01/29/13 493 legis.ga.gov, accessed 07/29/13 494 CMD, Dec. 2012
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Lobbyist Financed Excursions We are going to continue as we do under current law, reimbursement for actual and reasonable travel expenses for members to attend conferences and meetings. I believe those meetings are important, because thats one time that we dont see registered lobbyists. 495 -Speaker Ralston, introducing ethics legislation, January, 2013 ALEC conventions are also lobbyist conventions. Inside the convention, lobbyists join legislators at the table and vote on bills. The conventions dont occupy 24 hours of each day, so lobbyists are able to take advantage of legislators being available, and invisible to the Georgian public. Not only are lobbyists from ALEC member corporations present and paying, but a symbiotic herd of lobbyists that have no known affiliation with ALEC attend the conventions for access to legislators far from public scrutiny in Georgia. Between 2006 and the present day, lobbyists have spent a total of $141,554.73 on legislators attending ALEC conventions. ALEC conventions occurred for a total of 69 days during that period, meaning lobbyists spent roughly two thousand dollars per day for ALEC conventions. During conventions, lobbyists bought: Numerous rounds of golf. A suite for a Chicago Cubs baseball game. The game began at 1:20pm.496 Tours of San Diego harbor. Tickets to the Second City comedy shows. Tickets to the San Diego Zoo.

It seems there are numerous instances in which legislators have skipped portions of the ALEC convention in order to rake in lobbyist gifts. But the highlights of the lobbying expenditures are the State Nights, where the Georgia ALEC delegation meets for a lobbyist paid banquet. Expenditures vary, with the highest being a reported $6,524.60 in expenditures for the delegation dinner in July 2007. These expenditures are rarely attributed to a politician, in order to obfuscate the target of the lobbying and hide ALECs membership. More than half of the lobbying expenditures connected with ALEC convention attendees are not attributed to a politician. The sheer amount of lobbying expenditures that surround Georgias Legislators at ALEC conferences is staggering. Below is a list of the entities that spent the most surrounding ALEC conventions. Top Lobbing Associations By Expenditures 1. Georgia Hospital Association $10,620.79 2. Georgia Power Company $10,140.92 3. Georgia Public Strategies, Inc. $8,308.52 4. Georgia Natural Gas $6,187.14 5. Comcast $5,073.80 6. AT&T497 $4,430.55 7. Georgia Automobile Dealers Assoc. $4,146.06 8. Daiichi-Sankyo $3,461.60 9. Municipal Electric Authority of GA $3,296.94 10. Home Depot $3,292.05 11. Verizon Wireless $3,267.76


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Issues And Bills Education ALECs School Voucher Bills In Georgia ALEC established a School Choice Subcommittee in 2004, headed by several legislators and K12 Inc., Connections Academy, The Friedman Foundation, the Alliance for School Choice, and the Institute of Justice. The subcommittees first bills included four bills establishing direct vouchers, including the Special Needs Scholarship Program Act.498 ALECs model bill is based off Floridas McKay scholarship program. 499 The McKay scholarship program has been wrought with problems, including the inability to analyze whether the participants are achieving greater academic growth than like counterparts in public schools, and rampant fraud, with hurdles for the state to identify and combat fraud. 500 501 502 As a group of ProgressNow states, including Better Georgia, reported on ALECs educational policies being geared toward the pecuniary interests of corporations. Recognizing that not ever state would be able to pass a large voucher system, ALEC has presented an array of bills to advance small school voucher programs. Some of these bills use a foot-in-the-door technique, appealing to the heartstrings in order to advance an agenda to privatize education. Georgia is a textbook example of the foot-in-the-door nature of these proposals. In 2007 the Georgia Legislature passed a version of the Special Needs Scholarship Program Act, providing vouchers to children with disabilities. In 2011, Sen. Chip Rogers, an original author of the 2007 act attempted to include foster children and the children of military families in the program. These bills show a gradualist drive to privatize education in Georgia. 2007 SB 10 As Introduced (b) To qualify for a scholarship: (1) The students parent shall reside within Georgia; (2) The student shall have one or more of the following disabilities: (A) Autism; (B) Deaf/blind; (C) Deaf/hard of hearing; (D) Emotional and behavioral disorder; (E) Intellectual disability; (F) Orthopedic impairment; (G) Other health impairment; (H) Specific learning disability; (I) Speech-language impairment; (J) Traumatic brain injury; or (K) Visual impairment; (3) The student shall have spent the prior school year in attendance at a Georgia public school and shall have had an Individualized Education Program (IEP) written by the school in accordance ALEC Model Special Needs Scholarship Program Act (B) "Eligible Student" means any elementary or secondary student who was eligible to attend a public school in [state] in the preceding semester or is starting school in [state] for the first time with an Individualized Education Plan, including but not limited to students who are mentally handicapped, speech and language impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, visually impaired, dual sensory impaired, physically impaired, emotionally handicapped, specific learning disabled, autistic, or hospitalized or homebound because of illness or disability.

Section 3. {Basic Elements of the Special Needs Scholarship Program} (A) Any parent of an eligible student shall qualify for a scholarship from the state for their child to


ALEC.org, archived by archive.org, 02/04/05 alec.org, accessed 05/20/13 500 Miami New Times, 12/08/11 501 Miami New Times, 12/08/11 502 Miami New Times, 06/23/11
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with federal and state laws and regulations; (4) The parent shall have obtained acceptance for admission of the student to an eligible private school; and (5) The parent shall have submitted an application for a scholarship to the public school system no later than the deadline established by the department. (c) Upon acceptance of the scholarship, the parent assumes full financial responsibility for the education of the scholarship student, including transportation to and from the private school. (d) For a student who participates in the program whose parents request that the student take the state-wide assessments pursuant to Code Section 20-2-281, the resident school system shall make available to the student locations and times to take all state-wide assessments. (e) Students enrolled in a school operated by the Department of Juvenile Justice are not eligible for the scholarship. (f) The scholarship shall remain in force until the student returns to a public school, graduates from high school, or reaches the age of 21. However, at any time, the students parent may remove the student from the participating school and place the student in another eligible private school. (g) Acceptance of a scholarship shall have the same effect as a parental refusal to consent to services pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 U.S.C.A. Section 1400, et seq. (f) The creation of the program or the granting of a scholarship pursuant to this article shall not be construed to imply that a public school did not provide a free and appropriate public education for a student or constitute a waiver or admission by the state. (a) The maximum scholarship granted a scholarship student pursuant to this article shall be an amount equivalent to the costs of the educational program that would have been provided for the student in the resident school system as calculated under Code Section 20-2-161 and any federal funds received by the department for special education services for the student, as determined by the department.

enroll in and attend a participating, private school if: (1) the student with special needs has had an Individualized Education Plan written in accordance with the rules of the Department; (2) the student has been accepted for admission at a participating school; and (3) the parent has requested a scholarship from the state before the deadline established by the Department.

(G) The Special Needs Scholarship shall remain in force until the student returns to a public school or graduates from high school or reaches his or her 21st birthday, whichever comes first. (H) At any time, the student's parent may remove the student from the participating school and place the student in another participating school or in a public school.

(b) The amount of the scholarship shall be the lesser of the amount calculated in subsection (a) or the amount of the eligible private schools tuition and fees. The amount of any assessment fee required by the eligible private school may be paid from the total amount of the scholarship.

(D) The maximum scholarship granted to an eligible student shall be an amount equivalent to the cost of the educational program that would have been provided for the student in the resident school district. Although the scholarship amount is a function of a student's Individualized Education Plan, the participating school is not required to abide by the Individualized Education Plan. The parent and the participating school will mutually determine the best services and educational plan for the student. (E) The amount of the Special Needs Scholarship shall be the lesser of the amount calculated in Section 3(C) and (D) or the amount of the participating school's estimated costs for serving the student. The costs of any assessment by the participating school of the student's special needs may be included in the scholarship amount.
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(c) Scholarship students shall be counted in the enrollment of their resident school system. The funds needed to provide a scholarship shall be subtracted from the allotment payable to the resident school system. 2011 SB 87 As Introduced (2.1) 'Eligible student' means a: (A) Student with a disability; (B) Section 504 student; (C) Foster care student; or (D) Military family student. (2.2) 'Foster care student' means a student who is or has been in a foster home or otherwise in the foster care system under the Division of Family and Children Services of the Department of Human Services. A foster parent who has legal authority to act on behalf of a foster care student shall not be considered a state actor or agent of the state. (2.3) 'Military family student' means a dependent child of a: (A) Parent in the military on active duty; (B) Parent in the national guard or reserves; or (C) Parent who is a military veteran who has been honorably discharged.

(F) A participating students shall be counted in the enrollment of his or her resident school district. The funds needed to provide a scholarship shall be subtracted from the state school aid payable to the student's resident school district.

ALEC Model Foster Child Scholarship Program Act (B) "Eligible Student" means any elementary or secondary student who was eligible to attend a public school in [state] in the preceding semester or is starting school in [state] for the first time and is in foster care and/or is the biological sibling of a foster child. ALEC Model Military Family Scholarship Program Act (C) "Parent" includes a guardian, custodian, or other person with the authority to act on behalf of the child and is a veteran or active military personnel and is either in good standing with his or her unit or has received an honorable discharge (DD214).

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ALECs Voucher Tax Credits In Georgia ALEC established a School Choice Subcommittee in 2004, headed by several legislators and K12 Inc., Connections Academy, The Friedman Foundation, the Alliance for School Choice, and the Institute of Justice. The subcommittee passed the Great Schools Tax Credit Program and the Family Education Tax Credit Program, both bills which establish tax credits for ALEC explicitly thanked Robert Enlow of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice for his vision and work crafting the model bills.503 ALECs Great Schools Tax Credit Program Act attempts to indirectly use state tax subsidies to finance private education. The model establishes a tax credit for parents or corporations that donate to an organization that provide scholarships to students to attend private schools. Instead of directly subsidizing private education at the expense of public education, the ALEC model would do so indirectly. Yet the ALEC model notes: The definition for an eligible student in this model legislation includes students presently enrolled in a private school. Drafted this way, the tax credit will necessarily reward many families who are already financing their child's education at a non-resident public school or a private school. For this reason some states with a scholarship tax credit program have chosen to place a cap on the total dollar amount of scholarships eligible for the tax credit. Alternatively, legislators wishing to draft a bill with a more modest fiscal impact may want to limit eligibility to students who attended a public school in the last year or are starting school in their state for the first time. In this case, there may actually be a savings for state taxpayers since a scholarship covering private school costs in many cases will be less than the cost of state support provided to students attending a public school.504 These notes indicate that the authors deliberately wrote the ALEC model to be less accountable than state voucher programs, and acknowledge that the bill is likely to be a tax-giveaway to those already attending private schools, rather than allowing new students to attend private schools, and does so by depleting resources that could have funded public education. Georgia Representative David Casas was named ALECs Legislator of the Year in 2008, for his successful sponsorship of the Georgia Tuition Tax Credit.505 HB 1133 was a virtually verbatim copy of ALECs Great Schools Tax Credit. Representative Casas teamed up with ALEC member Representatives Earl Ehrhart, Ed Lindsey, Jeff Lewis, John Lundsford, pass the bill. As the bill was heard in committee, Rep. Casas claimed that this bill was not considered a voucher bill, and did not detract from public funds.506 The intent of the bill, legislators argued, was to provide opportunity to children in Georgia to escape struggling public schools.507 The reality, of course, was quite different. The bill is a $50million expenditure for the state of Georgia, seemingly to allow new students to attend private schools.508 Yet, according to a study by the Southern Education Foundation, between 2007 and 2009 enrollment at Georgias private schools between 2007 and 2009 increased by one third of one percent. The credit was enacted, and costs the state of Georgia millions, yet there has been negligible impact. Rep. Casas was warned. As noted above, the ALEC drafting notes point out that the credit would reward those that already attended private schools, and to ALECs credit, proposed possibilities to avoid that outcome. Rep. Casas did not simply overlook the issues Georgia is experiencing; rather the bill was deliberately drafted this way. According to the New York Times, Rep. Casas deliberately drafted the bill using enrolled rather than attending to promote the credit among those already in private schools.509


ALEC.org, archived by archive.org, 02/04/05 alec.org, accessed 05/16/13 505 Press Release, Rep. David Casas, 05/17/11 506 Georgia Senate Finance Committee, 03/26/08 507 New York Times, 05/21/12 508 Georgia State Auditor, 12/12/11 509 New York Times, 05/21/12
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Georgians have been able to enroll their child in a public school, without any intention to attend that school, in order to receive the tax credit.510 Parents asked Rep. Casas, Arent people going to say thats a scam? Rep. Casas responded, feel fine about it.511 Rep. Casas received the ALEC Legislator of the Year award for burdening his state with a $50million per year expenditure for which Georgia sees virtually zero benefit. And this was done deliberately. In February, 2011, Rep. Casas and Rep. Ehrhart introduced HB 325, which passed on the last day of session, expanding the credit, and making it criminal to disclose any collected information regarding the credit, even an audit of a scholarship provider.512 In 2011 Rep. Casas was named the Chair of ALECs Education Task Force.513 2008 HB 1133 As Introduced Each student scholarship organization: (1) Must obligate 90 percent of its annual revenue for scholarships or tuition grants; however, up to 25 percent of this amount may be carried forward for the next fiscal year; (2) Must maintain separate accounts for scholarship funds and operating funds; (3) May transfer funds to another student scholarship organization; ALEC Model Great Schools Tax Credit Program Act (A) Administrative Accountability Standards. All scholarship granting organizations shall: (5) ensure that at least 90 percent of their revenue from donations is spent on educational scholarships, and that all revenue from interest or investments is spent on educational scholarships; (6) spend each year a portion of their expenditures on scholarships for low-income eligible students equal to the percentage of low-income eligible students in the county where the scholarship granting organization expends the majority of its scholarships; (7) ensure that at least X percent of first-time recipients of educational scholarships were not continuously enrolled in a private school during the previous year; (10) publicly report to the Department by June 1 of each year the following information prepared by a certified public accountant regarding their grants in the previous calendar year: (1) notify the Department of their intent to provide educational scholarships to students attending qualifying schools; (A) A taxpayer who files a state income tax return and is not a dependent of another taxpayer may claim a credit for a contribution made to a scholarship granting organization. (B) The tax credit may be claimed by an individual taxpayer or a married couple filing jointly in an amount equal to the total contributions made to a scholarship granting organization for educational scholarships during the taxable year for which the

(4) Must conduct an audit of its accounts by an independent certified public accountant within 120 days after the completion of the student scholarship organizations fiscal year and provide such audit to the Department of Revenue in accordance with Code Section 16 20-2A-3; and (5) Must annually submit notice to the Department of Education in accordance with department guidelines of its participation as a student scholarship organization under this chapter. (b) An individual taxpayer shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified educational expenses as follows: (1) In the case of a single individual or a head of household, $1,000.00 per tax year; or (2) In the case of a married couple filing a joint return, $2,500.00 per tax year.


New York Times, 05/21/12 New York Times, 05/21/12 512 Southern Education Foundation, 2011 513 Press Release, Rep. Casas, 03/17/11
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(c) A corporation shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified education expenses in an amount not to exceed the actual amount expended or 75 percent of the corporations income tax liability, whichever is less

credit is claimed up to 50 percent of the taxpayers tax liability. (C) The tax credit may be claimed by a corporate taxpayer in an amount equal to the total contributions made to a scholarship granting organization for educational scholarships during the taxable year for which the credit is claimed up to 50 percent of the taxpayers tax liability.

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ALECs Virtual Education In Georgia ALEC established a School Choice Subcommittee in 2004, headed by several legislators and K12 Inc., Connections Academy, The Friedman Foundation, the Alliance for School Choice, and the Institute of Justice. One of the first bills the sub-committee drafted was the virtual public schools act. ALEC explicitly gave credit to Mickey Revenaugh of Connections Academy and Bryan Flood of K12 Inc. for helping write the Virtual Schools Act.514 ALECs Virtual Public Schools Act is a vaguely written bill to allow virtual schools into states on equitable footing with public schools. The bill seems to provide for a charter-like arrangement for virtual schools, exempting them from certain requirements. Providing equitable funding without equitable responsibilities provides a financial advantage for virtual schools. Numerous independent studies have cast doubt on the efficacy of virtual education, while industry led studies have shown some modest successes. The US department of education has lamented the lack of studies on virtual education, and noted that the greatest advantage in educational outcomes was greatest when face-to-face schools were augmented with the resources to utilize virtual resources.515 In Georgia, the simple version of the ALEC model was introduced and passed in 2005.516 The first virtual school in Georgia was Georgia Cyber Academy, run by K12 Inc.517 The Senate, in 2012, passed a bill sponsored by Sen. Chip Rogers, requiring students to take one online course as a requirement to graduate. Sen. Rogers, who was at the time the State Chair of ALEC,518 was also a board member of the Foundation for Excellence in Education.519 The Foundation for Excellence in Education is both a member of ALEC, 520 and funded by K12 Inc. 521 Despite failing its most recent measure of AYP, K12 Inc.s Georgia Cyber Academy has expanded to more than 6,500 students. 522 2005 SB 610 As Introduced and that nothing in this Code section shall preclude the use of computer and Internet based instruction for students in a virtual or remote setting; ALEC Model Virtual Public Schools Act Simple Version: Nothing in this bill shall preclude the use of computer- and Internet-based instruction for students in a virtual or remote setting.


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Health Care ALECs Worst Practices: Copy and Paste Healthcare Credit In February 2012, Sen. Judson Hill introduced SB 475. The bill gained no other sponsors, and was never heard in committee. Sen. Hill did succeed in arrange for the bill to be heard at the ALEC convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, where it passed as an ALEC model.523 The bill was developed by a coalition effort anticipating the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare.524 This coalition included the Tea Party Patriots, Alliant Healthcare, BlueCross Blue Shield, the Koch brothers Americans for Prosperity, was organized by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation which has ties to the Koch financed States Policy network. 525 With input from these groups, Sen. Hill produced a bill proposing a tax credit to reward donations to charity health organizations. This was not a new idea in Georgia, nor was the language even new. As shown below, Sen. Hills bill mirrored the voucher credit as introduced by Rep. Casas. The voucher credit is a stunning failure as a measure of public policy. As discussed in its own section, the credit is a $50 million expenditure for the State of Georgia, and since enacting of the credit attendance at private schools in Georgia increased by around one third of one percent. Despite the bills intent, the education credits real-world result was a tax-giveaway, with no significant effect on education. The healthcare bill by Sen. Hill copied failure. As Sen. Hill brought the bill to ALEC to become a model, it is obviously a verbatim comparison with the ALEC model. Below is a comparison between Sen. Hills credit, and the bill it was based off of, 2008 HB 1133; that bill is covered in its own section on Georgias voucher credit. 2012 SB 475 As Introduced (b) An individual taxpayer shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified charity health care expenses as follows: (1) In the case of a single individual or a head of household, the actual amount expended or $1,000.00 per tax year, whichever is less; or (2) In the case of a married couple filing a joint return, the actual amount expended or $2,500.00 per tax year, whichever is less. (c) A corporation or other entity shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified charity health care expenses in an amount not to exceed the actual amount expended or 75 percent of the corporation's income tax liability, whichever is less. (d) In no event shall the total amount of the tax credit under this Code section for a taxable year exceed the taxpayer's income tax liability. Any unused tax credit shall be allowed the taxpayer against the succeeding five years' tax liability. No such credit shall be allowed the taxpayer against prior years' tax liability. (e)(1) In no event shall the aggregate amount of tax credits allowed under this Code section exceed $2 2008 HB 1133 As Introduced (b) An individual taxpayer shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified educational expenses as follows: (1) In the case of a single individual or a head of household, $1,000.00 per tax year; or (2) In the case of a married couple filing a joint return, $2,500.00 per tax year. (c) A corporation shall be allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for qualified education expenses in an amount not to exceed the actual amount expended or 75 percent of the corporations income tax liability, whichever is less. (e) In no event shall the total amount of the tax credit under this Code section for a taxable year exceed the taxpayers income tax liability. Any unused tax credit shall be allowed the taxpayer against the succeeding five years tax liability. No such credit shall be allowed the taxpayer against prior years tax liability. (f) In no event shall the aggregate amount of tax credits allowed under this Code section exceed $50


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million per tax year for the three years beginning January 1, 2013, except that any unused aggregate credits shall carry over until December 31, 2018, at which time any unused aggregate tax credits shall expire. (2) The commissioner shall allow the tax credits on a first come, first served basis. (3) For the purposes of paragraph (1) of this subsection, a charity health care organization shall notify a potential donor of the requirements of this Code section. Before making a contribution to a charity health care organization, the taxpayer shall notify the department of the total amount of contributions that the taxpayer intends to make to the charity health care organization. The commissioner shall preapprove or deny the requested amount within 30 days after receiving the request from the taxpayer and shall provide written notice to the taxpayer and the charity health care organization of such preapproval or denial which shall not require any signed release or notarized approval by the taxpayer. In order to receive a tax credit under this Code section, the taxpayer shall make the contribution to the charity health care organization within 60 days after receiving notice from the department that the requested amount was

million per tax year. (g) The commissioner shall preapprove tax credits subject to subsection (d) of this Code section. (h) The commissioner shall allow the tax credits on a first come, first served basis. (i) For the purposes of subsection (f) of this Code section, a student scholarship organization shall notify a potential donor of the requirements of this Code section. Before making a contribution to a student scholarship organization, the taxpayer shall notify the Department of Revenue of the total amount of contributions that the taxpayer intends to make to the student scholarship organization. The commissioner shall preapprove or deny the requested amount within 30 days after receiving the request from the taxpayer. In order to receive a tax credit under this Code section, the taxpayer shall make the contribution to the student scholarship organization within 30 days after receiving notice from the Department of Revenue that the requested amount was preapproved. If the taxpayer does not comply with this subsection, the commissioner shall not include this preapproved contribution amount when calculating the limit prescribed in subsection (f) of this Code section.

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ALECs Worst Practices: Health Insurance In 2007, Senator Judson Hill was interviewed regarding his impending push on reforming Georgias healthcare system. Sen. Hill said the support of the public was overwhelming and decried special interests, stating, some special-interest groups with a vested financial interest in the status quo oppose it or are cautious.526 Yet, Senator Judson Hill became a member of ALEC before be became a member of the Senate.527 His bill was crafted with the assistance of Former Speaker Gingrich and his Center for Health Transformation. 528 Speaker Gingrich has strong ties to ALEC, having assisted in writing the ALEC 1983 sourcebook, as well as regularly attending ALEC meetings.529 530 And the now defunct CHT was funded by numerous ALEC funding healthcare corporations including: AstraZeneca, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, GE Healthcare, GlaxoSmithKline, Novo Nordisk, and United Healthgroup.531 With Sen. Hill collaborating with insurance and pharmaceutical corporations, is not clear which specialinterest groups with a vested financial interest in the status quo he was referring to. Sen. Hill and his corporate allies crafted the legislation, which was introduced in 2007 as SB 28, and again in 2008 as SB 383. SB 383 quickly passed the legislature, and was signed into law in May. By July, the bill was approved as an ALEC model.532 Even when adopting bills from legislators, the ALEC model was heavily influenced by corporations. But adopting corporate influenced model legislation is ALECs mission. What is more striking about this case is that the bill was a colossal failure. Governor Purdue, Senator Hill, and Speaker Gingrichs CHT all claimed this legislation would increase the number of those insured; CHT estimated that 500,000 more Georgians would become insured.533 The reality was the opposite. 319,000 more people were uninsured in the years after the bills passage than the years before the bill. Even in the global recession, the number of uninsured increased in Georgia faster than the nation as a whole, and more than three times the average rise in the rest of the South.534 Again, ALEC bills model policy failure, but reward ALECs corporate members and allies. 2008 SB 383 As Passed It is the intent of the General Assembly: (1) To authorize the Commissioner to establish flexible guidelines for health savings account eligible high deductible plan designs which will be affordable to Georgians and to increase the availability of these types of plans by accident and sickness insurers licensed to transact such insurance in this state; (2) To encourage the offering of affordable health savings account eligible high deductible plans, as required under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service related to the establishment of ALECs Model Affordable Health Insurance Act It is the intent of the legislature: A. To authorize the Commissioner of Insurance to establish flexible guidelines for Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plan designs which will be affordable to citizens of this state and to increase the availability of these types of plans by accident and sickness insurers licensed to transact such insurance in this state; B. To encourage the offering of affordable Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans, as required under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service related to the establishment of


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Heartland.org, 04/01/07 Sen. Hill Campaign Finance Report, 01/12/05 528 Heartland.org, 04/01/07 529 ALEC, 1983 530 youtube.com, accessed 04/04/13 531 healthtransformation.net, archived by archive.org, 07/03/07 532 CMD, no date given 533 Press Release, Senate Press Office, 01/31/08 534 CBPP, 02/10/12

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health savings accounts, with the specific intent of reaching many otherwise uninsured Georgians and the general intent of creating affordable comprehensive health insurance for all Georgians; and (3) To enhance the affordability of insurance with the flexible health savings account eligible high deductible plans allowed under this chapter by allowing rewards and incentives for participation in and adherence to health behaviors that recognize the value of the personal responsibility of each citizen to maintain good health, seek preventative care services, and comply with approved treatments. 33-51-3. (a) The Commissioner shall develop flexible guidelines for coverage and approval of health savings account eligible high deductible plans which are designed to qualify under federal and state requirements as high deductible health plans for use with health savings accounts which comply with federal requirements under the applicable provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code for high deductible health plans sold in connection with health savings accounts. (b) The Commissioner shall be authorized to encourage and promote the marketing of health savings account eligible high deductible plans by accident and sickness insurers in this state; provided, however, that nothing in this Code section shall be construed to authorize the sale of insurance in violation of Chapter 3 of this title or interstate sales of insurance. (c) The Commissioner shall be authorized to conduct a national study of health savings account eligible high deductible plans available in other states and to determine if and how these products serve the uninsured and if they should be made available to Georgians. (d) The Commissioner shall be authorized to develop an automatic or fast track approval process for health savings account eligible high deductible plans already approved under the laws and regulations of this state or other states. (e) The Commissioner shall be authorized to promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary and appropriate for the design, promotion, and regulation of health savings account eligible high deductible plans, including rules and regulations for the expedited review of standardized policies, advertisements and solicitations, and other matters deemed relevant by the Commissioner.

Health Savings Accounts, with the specific intent of reaching many otherwise uninsured citizens of this state and the general intent of creating affordable comprehensive health insurance for all citizens of this state; and C. To enhance the affordability of insurance with the flexible Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans allowed under {insert appropriate chapter}by allowing rewards and incentives for participation in and adherence to health behaviors that recognize the value of the personal responsibility of each citizen to maintain good health, seek preventive care services, and comply with approved treatments. Section 9. A. The Commissioner of Insurance shall develop flexible guidelines for coverage and approval of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans which are designed to qualify under federal and state requirements as high deductible health plans for use with Health Savings Accounts which comply with federal requirements under the applicable provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code for high deductible health plans sold in connection with Health Savings Accounts. B. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to encourage and promote the marketing of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans by accident and sickness insurers in this state; provided, however, that nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize the sale of insurance in violation of the requirements of law relating to the transaction of insurance in this state or prohibiting the interstate sale of insurance. C. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to conduct a national study of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans available in other states and to determine if and how these products serve the uninsured and if they should be made available to the citizens of this state. D. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to develop an automatic or fast track approval process for Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans already approved under the laws and regulations of this state or other states. E. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary and appropriate for the design, promotion, and regulation of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans, including rules and regulations for the expedited review of standardized policies, advertisements andsolicitations, and other matters
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33-51-4. Insurers that include and operate wellness and health promotion programs, disease and condition management programs, health risk appraisal programs, and similar provisions in their high deductible health policies in keeping with federal requirements shall not be considered to be engaging in unfair trade practices under Code Section 33-6-4 with respect to references to the practices of illegal inducements, unfair discrimination, and rebating. There shall be no required relationship between preferred provider and nonpreferred provider plan reimbursements for health savings account eligible high deductible plans using nonpreferred provider reimbursements. Such plans, however, shall not: (1) Unfairly deny health benefits for medically necessary covered services; (2) Have differences in benefit levels payable to preferred providers compared to other providers that unfairly deny benefits for covered services; (3) Have a plan coinsurance percentage applicable to benefit levels for services provided by nonpreferred providers that is less than 60 percent of the benefit levels under the policy for such services; or (4) Have an adverse effect on the availability or the quality of services. (a) The Commissioner shall be authorized to allow health reimbursement arrangement only plans that encourage employer financial support of health insurance or health related expenses recognized under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service to be approved for sale in connection with or packaged with individual health insurance policies otherwise approved by the Commissioner. (b) Health reimbursement arrangement only plans that are not sold in connection with or packaged with individual health insurance policies shall not be considered insurance under this title.

deemed relevant by the Commissioner. Section 2. Insurers that include and operate wellness and health promotion programs, disease and condition management programs, health risk appraisal programs, and similar provisions in their high deductible health policies in keeping with federal requirements shall not be considered to be engaging in unfair trade practices under{insert appropriate provision of state law} with respect to references to the practices of illegal inducements, unfair discrimination, and rebating. Section 3. A. There shall be no required relationship between preferred provider and nonpreferred provider plan reimbursements for Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans using nonpreferred provider reimbursements. Such plans, however, shall not: 1. Unfairly deny health benefits for medically necessary covered services; 2. Have differences in benefit levels payable to preferred providers compared to other providers that unfairly deny benefits for covered services; 3. Have a plan coinsurance percentage applicable to benefit levels for services provided by nonpreferred providers that is less than 60 percent of the benefit levels under the policy for such services; or 4. Have an adverse effect on the availability or the quality of services Section 4. A. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to allow Health Reimbursement Arrangement only plans that encourage employer financial support of health insurance or health related expenses recognized under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service. B. Health Reimbursement Arrangement only plans that are not sold in connection with or packaged with health insurance coverage shall not be considered insurance under the laws of this state.

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ALECs Worst Practices: Tax Cuts For Insurance Companies The July, 2007 ALEC convention in Philadelphia was a good time for then-State-Representative Tom Graves. Rep. Graves, his wife, and daughter attended the convention, and received a free dinner at a high-end New York style steakhouse on July 25th.535 On the 27th, Rep. Graves took in some golf, paid for by lobbyists.536 And in the evening, he and his family attended the ALEC Georgia Night Dinner,537 a reception paid for by lobbyists with a total reported cost of $6,524.60. Of course, costs were also covered by Rep. Graves campaign account,538 and the ALEC scholarship account. Returning to Athens, Rep. Graves was one of five Representatives to introduce HB 1087; all five have known associations with ALEC. The provisions of the bill were amended into HB977, which was signed into law, barely modified from its original text. In July, 2008, the bill was approved as ALEC model legislation. At that convention, which Rep. Graves attended, legislators were treated to a suite at a Chicago Cubs game, dinners at lavish restaurants, and more golf (see the lobbying appendix for details). The bill exempted insurers from premium taxes on high deductible plans, gave businesses a credit for paying for high deductible plans, and provided a deduction for individual premium payments. 67 percent of the benefit for this bill went to insurance corporations, 30 percent went to businesses, and three percent to individuals, while costing the state government, and local governments millions. 539 HB 977 was supposed to be complimentary with SB 383, and help insure half a million more Georgians.540 541 The reality was the opposite. 319,000 more people were uninsured in the years after the bills passage than the years before the bill. Even in the global recession, the number of uninsured increased in Georgia faster than the nation as a whole, and more than three times the average rise in the rest of the South.542 Yet again, the ALEC modeled policy failure, but a tremendous benefit to its corporate members and allies. HB 977 As Passed (c) Insurers shall be exempt from otherwise applicable state premium taxes as provided for in subsection (a) of this Code section on premiums paid by Georgia residents for high deductible health plans sold or maintained in connection with a health savings account under the applicable provisions of Section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code." It is the intent of the General Assembly: (1) To authorize the Commissioner to establish flexible guidelines for health savings account eligible high deductible plan designs which ALEC Model Affordable Health Insurance Act A. Insurers in this state shall be exempt from otherwise applicable state taxes on insurance premiums paid by residents of this state for high deductible health plans eligible to be used with a Health Savings Account under the applicable provisions of Section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code. It is the intent of the legislature: A. To authorize the Commissioner of Insurance to establish flexible guidelines for Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plan designs HB1087, As Introduced "(c) Insurers shall be exempt from otherwise applicable state premium taxes as provided for in subsection (a) of this Code section on premiums paid by Georgia residents for high deductible health plans sold or maintained in connection with a health savings account under the applicable provisions of Section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code." It is the intent of the General Assembly: (1) To authorize the Commissioner to establish flexible guidelines for health savings account eligible high deductible plan designs which


media.ethics.ga.gov, accessed 02/22/13 media.ethics.ga.gov, accessed 02/22/13 537 media.ethics.ga.gov, accessed 02/22/13 538 media.ethics.ga.gov, accessed 07/12/13 539 CBPP, 07/01/08 540 Press Release, Gov. Purdue, 05/07/08 541 Press Release, Senate Press Office, 01/31/08 542 CBPP, 02/10/12
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will be affordable to Georgians and to increase the availability of these types of plans by accident and sickness insurers licensed to transact such insurance in this state; (2) To encourage the offering of affordable health savings account eligible high deductible plans, as required under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service related to the establishment of health savings accounts, with the specific intent of reaching many otherwise uninsured Georgians and the general intent of creating affordable comprehensive health insurance for all Georgians; and (3) To enhance the affordability of insurance with the flexible health savings account eligible high deductible plans allowed under this chapter by allowing rewards and incentives for participation in and adherence to health behaviors that recognize the value of the personal responsibility of each citizen to maintain good health, seek preventative care services, and comply with approved treatments. (a) The Commissioner shall develop flexible guidelines for coverage and approval of health savings account eligible high deductible plans which are designed to qualify under federal and state requirements as high deductible health plans for use with health savings accounts which comply with federal requirements under the applicable provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code for high deductible health plans sold in connection with health savings accounts. (b) The Commissioner shall be authorized to encourage and promote the marketing of health

which will be affordable to citizens of this state and to increase the availability of these types of plans by accident and sickness insurers licensed to transact such insurance in this state; B. To encourage the offering of affordable Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans, as required under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service related to the establishment of Health Savings Accounts, with the specific intent of reaching many otherwise uninsured citizens of this state and the general intent of creating affordable comprehensive health insurance for all citizens of this state; and C. To enhance the affordability of insurance with the flexible Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans allowed under {insert appropriate chapter} by allowing rewards and incentives for participation in and adherence to health behaviors that recognize the value of the personal responsibility of each citizen to maintain good health, seek preventive care services, and comply with approved treatments. A. The Commissioner of Insurance shall develop flexible guidelines for coverage and approval of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans which are designed to qualify under federal and state requirements as high deductible health plans for use with Health Savings Accounts which comply with federal requirements under the applicable provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code for high deductible health plans sold in connection with Health Savings Accounts. B. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to encourage and promote the

will be affordable to Georgians and to increase the availability of these types of plans by accident and sickness insurers licensed to transact such insurance in this state; (2) To encourage the offering of affordable health savings account eligible high deductible plans, as required under the rules of the federal Internal Revenue Service related to the establishment of health savings accounts, with the specific intent of reaching many otherwise uninsured Georgians and the general intent of creating affordable comprehensive health insurance for all Georgians; and (3) To enhance the affordability of insurance with the flexible health savings account eligible high deductible plans allowed under this chapter by allowing rewards and incentives for participation in and adherence to health behaviors that recognize the value of the personal responsibility of each citizen to maintain good health, seek preventative care services, and comply with approved treatments (a) The Commissioner shall develop flexible guidelines for coverage and approval of health savings account eligible high deductible plans which are designed to qualify under federal and state requirements as high deductible health plans for use with health savings accounts which comply with federal requirements under the applicable provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code for high deductible health plans sold in connection with health savings accounts. (b) The Commissioner shall be authorized to encourage and promote the marketing of health
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savings account eligible high deductible plans by accident and sickness insurers in this state; provided, however, that nothing in this Code section shall be construed to authorize the sale of insurance in violation of Chapter 3 of this title or interstate sales of insurance.

(c) The Commissioner shall be authorized to conduct a national study of health savings account eligible high deductible plans available in other states and to determine if and how these products serve the uninsured and if they should be made available to Georgians. (d) The Commissioner shall be authorized to develop an automatic or fast track approval process for health savings account eligible high deductible plans already approved under the laws and regulations of this state or other states. (e) The Commissioner shall be authorized to promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary and appropriate for the design, promotion, and regulation of health savings account eligible high deductible plans, including rules and regulations for the expedited review of standardized policies, advertisements and solicitations, and other matters deemed relevant by the Commissioner.

marketing of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans by accident and sickness insurers in this state; provided, however, that nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize the sale of insurance in violation of the requirements of law relating to the transaction of insurance in this state or prohibiting the interstate sale of insurance. C. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to conduct a national study of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans available in other states and to determine if and how these products serve the uninsured and if they should be made available to the citizens of this state. D. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to develop an automatic or fast track approval process for Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans already approved under the laws and regulations of this state or other states. E. The Commissioner of Insurance shall be authorized to promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary and appropriate for the design, promotion, and regulation of Health Savings Account eligible high deductible plans, including rules and regulations for the expedited review of standardized policies, advertisements and solicitations, and other matters deemed relevant by the Commissioner.

savings account eligible high deductible plans by accident and sickness insurers in this state; provided, however, that nothing in this Code section shall be construed to authorize the sale of insurance in violation of Chapter 3 of this title or interstate sales of insurance.

(c) The Commissioner shall be authorized to conduct a national study of health savings account eligible high deductible plans available in other states and to determine if and how these products serve the uninsured and if they should be made available to Georgians. (d) The Commissioner shall be authorized to develop an automatic or fast track approval process for health savings account eligible high deductible plans already approved under the laws and regulations of other states. (e) The Commissioner shall be authorized to promulgate such rules and regulations as he or she deems necessary and appropriate for the design, promotion, and regulation of health savings account eligible high deductible plans, including rules and regulations for the expedited review of standardized policies, advertisements and solicitations, and other matters deemed relevant by the Commissioner.

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ALECs Bill To Lower Healthcare Standards The 2012 Elections saw a great debate over the method of lowering healthcare costs. One solution supported by Speaker Boehner, Rep. Gingrey, and Governor Romney was to allow people to buy health insurance across state lines.543 ALEC had promulgated this policy for years, first adopting a model designed to achieve this in 2007.544 In 2011 the Georgia Legislature passed HB 47, which Governor Deal signed into law. ALEC commended Governor Deal and the legislature for passing the legislation, based on the ALEC model. The bill allows insurance companies to sell policies below Georgias standards. As ALEC explained, the bill would allow companies to sell policies that meet Alabamas standards, but not Georgias.545 Georgia makes sure that all insurance policies pay for mammograms, prostate cancer screenings, and adequate hospital stays for new mothers and their babies. The ALEC bill is an attempt to allow insurance to be sold without covering things the State has said are necessary.546 As of June 2012, the bill was in effect, yet no insurance companies wrote policies using the law. 547 Insurance Commissioner and ALEC associate Ralph Hudgeons was flabbergasted, Nobody has even asked to be approved to sell across state lines Were dumbfounded. We are absolutely dumbfounded. Im really surprised because it was such a bumper sticker issue by Republicans saying if we could get across state line selling, we could reduce the cost of health care.548 2011 HB 47 The General Assembly recognizes the high level of uninsured individuals in this state and the need for individuals or other purchasers of health insurance coverage in this state to have the opportunity to choose health insurance plans that are more affordable and flexible than existing market policies offering accident and sickness insurance coverage. Therefore, the General Assembly seeks to increase the availability of health insurance coverage by allowing insurers authorized to transact insurance in other states to issue individual accident and sickness policies in Georgia. (a) Each written application for a policy sold pursuant to this article shall contain the following language in boldface type at the beginning of the document: 'The benefits of this policy may primarily be governed by the laws of a state other than Georgia; therefore, all of the laws applicable to policies filed in this state may not apply to this policy. Any purchase of individual health insurance should be considered carefully since future medical conditions may make it impossible to qualify for another individual health insurance policy. ALEC Model Health Care Choice Act For States (A) The {insert state legislative body} recognizes the need for individuals, employers, and other purchasers of health insurance coverage in this state to have the opportunity to choose health insurance plans that are more affordable and flexible than existing market policies offering accident and sickness insurance coverage. Therefore, the {insert state legislative body} seeks to increase the availability of health insurance coverage by allowing insurers authorized to engage in the business of insurance in selected states to issue accident and sickness policies in {insert state}. (C) Each written application for participation in an out-of-state health benefit plan shall contain the following language in boldface type at the beginning of the document: (1) This policy is primarily governed by the laws of {insert state where the master policy is filed}; therefore, all of the rating laws applicable to policies filed in this state do not apply to this policy, which may result in increases in your premium at renewal that would not be permissible in a {insert state}-approved policy. Any purchase of individual health insurance should be


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(b) Each policy sold pursuant to this article shall contain the following language in boldface type at the beginning of the document: 'The benefits of this policy providing your coverage may be governed primarily by the laws of a state other than Georgia. The benefits covered may be different from other policies you can purchase. Please consult your insurance agent or insurer to determine which health benefits are covered under this policy.

considered carefully since future medical conditions may make it impossible to qualify for another individual health policy. For information concerning individual health coverage under a {insert state}-approved policy, please consult your insurance agent or the {insert state Department of Insurance or similar agency}. (D) Each out-of-state health benefit plan shall contain the following language in boldface type at the beginning of the document: (1) The benefits of this policy providing your coverage are governed primarily by the laws of a state other than {insert state}. While this health benefit plan may provide you a more affordable health insurance policy, it may also provide fewer health benefits than those normally included as state mandated health benefits in policies in {insert state}. Please consult your insurance agent to determine which state-mandated health benefits are excluded under this policy.

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ALECs Plan To End Medicare In Georgia The Health Care Compact is a drive to abolish all federal health care programs; not only the Affordable Care Act, but Medicaid and Medicare as well.549 The bills objective is to abolish federal control, yet continue to have the federal government tax the same, and provide the funding in a block grant to the states; an extremely unlikely prospect. Ending Medicare and Medicaid would end the lower cost550 competition to the insurance industry. 2011 SB 177 As Introduced Sec. 2. Pledge. The Member States shall take joint and separate action to secure the consent of the United States Congress to this Compact in order to return the authority to regulate Health Care to the Member States consistent with the goals and principles articulated in this Compact. The Member States shall improve Health Care policy within their respective jurisdictions and according to the judgment and discretion of each Member State. Sec. 3. Legislative Power. The legislatures of the Member States have the primary responsibility to regulate Health Care in their respective states Sec. 4. State Control. Each Member State, within its State, may suspend by legislation the operation of all federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders regarding Health Care that are inconsistent with the laws and regulations adopted by the Member State pursuant to this Compact. Federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and orders regarding Health Care will remain in effect unless a Member State expressly suspends them pursuant to its authority under this Compact. For any federal law, rule, regulation, or order that remains in effect in a Member State after the Effective Date, that Member State shall be responsible for the associated funding obligations in its State. 91 Sec. 5. Funding. (a) Each federal fiscal year, each Member State shall have the right to federal monies up to an amount equal to its Member State Current Year Funding Level for that federal fiscal year, funded by Congress as mandatory spending and not subject to annual appropriation, to support the exercise of Member State authority under this Compact. This funding shall not be conditional on any action of or regulation, policy, law, or rule being adopted by the Member State. (b) By the start of each federal fiscal year, Congress shall establish an initial Member State Current Year Funding Level for each Member State based upon reasonable estimates. The final Member State ALEC Model Health Care Compact Sec. 2. Pledge. The Member States shall take joint and separate action to secure the consent of the United States Congress to this Compact in order to return the authority to regulate Health Care to the Member States consistent with the goals and principles articulated in this Compact. The Member States shall improve Health Care policy within their respective jurisdictions and according to the judgment and discretion of each Member States. Sec. 3. Legislative Power. The legislatures of the Member States have the primary responsibility to regulate Health Care in their respective States. Sec. 4. State Control. Each Member State, within its State, may suspend by legislation the operation of all federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders regarding Health Care that are inconsistent with the laws and regulations adopted by the Member State pursuant to this Compact. Federal and State laws, rules, regulations, and orders regarding Health Care will remain in effect unless a Member State expressly suspends them pursuant to its authority under this Compact. For any federal law, rule, regulation, or order that remains in effect in a Member State after the Effective Date, that Member State shall be responsible for the associated funding obligations in its State. Sec. 5. Funding. (a) Each Federal fiscal year, each Member State shall have the right to Federal monies up to an amount equal to its Member State Current Year Funding Level for that Federal fiscal year, funded by Congress as mandatory spending and not subject to annual appropriation, to support the exercise of Member State authority under this Compact. This funding shall not be conditional on any action of or regulation, policy, law, or rule being adopted by the Member State. (b) By the start of each Federal fiscal year, Congress shall establish an initial Member State Current Year Funding Level for each Member State, based upon reasonable estimates. The final


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Current Year Funding Level shall be calculated and funding shall be reconciled by the United States Congress based upon information provided by each Member State and audited by the United States Government Accountability Office. Sec. 6. Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission. (a) The Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission is established. The Commission consists of members appointed by each Member State through a process to be determined by each Member State. A Member State may not appoint more than two members to the Commission and may withdraw membership from the Commission at any time. Each Commission member is entitled to one vote. The Commission shall not act unless a majority of the members are present, and no action shall be binding unless approved by a majority of the Commission's total membership. (b) The Commission may elect from among its membership a Chairperson. The Commission may adopt and publish bylaws and policies that are not inconsistent with this Compact. The Commission shall meet at least once a year, and may meet more frequently. (c) The Commission may study issues of Health Care regulation that are of particular concern to the Member States. The Commission may make nonbinding recommendations to the Member States. The legislatures of the Member States may consider these recommendations in determining the appropriate Health Care policies in their respective states. (d) The Commission shall collect information and data to assist the Member States in their regulation of Health Care, including assessing the performance of various State Health Care programs and compiling information on the prices of Health Care. The Commission shall make this information and data available to the legislatures of the Member States. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Compact, no Member State shall disclose to the Commission the health information of any individual, nor shall the Commission disclose the health information of any individual. (e) The Commission shall be funded by the Member States as agreed to by the Member States. The Commission shall have the responsibilities and duties as may be conferred upon it by subsequent action of the respective legislatures of the Member States in accordance with the terms of this Compact.

Member State Current Year Funding Level shall be calculated, and funding shall be reconciled by the United States Congress based upon information provided by each Member State and audited by the United States Government Accountability Office. Sec. 6. Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission. (a) The Interstate Advisory Health Care Commission is established. The Commission consists of members appointed by each Member State through a process to be determined by each Member State. A Member State may not appoint more than two members to the Commission and may withdraw membership from the Commission at any time. Each Commission member is entitled to one vote. The Commission shall not act unless a majority of the members are present, and no action shall be binding unless approved by a majority of the Commissions total membership. (b) The Commission may elect from among its membership a Chairperson. The Commission may adopt and publish bylaws and policies that are not inconsistent with this Compact. The Commission shall meet at least once a year, and may meet more frequently. (c) The Commission may study issues of Health Care regulation that are of particular concern to the Member States. The Commission may make nonbinding recommendations to the Member States. The legislatures of the Member States may consider these recommendations in determining the appropriate Health Care policies in their respective States. (d) The Commission shall collect information and data to assist the Member States in their regulation of Health Care, including assessing the performance of various State Health Care programs and compiling information on the prices of Health Care. The Commission shall make this information and data available to the legislatures of the Member States. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Compact, no Member State shall disclose to the Commission the health information of any individual, nor shall the Commission disclose the health information of any individual. (e) The Commission shall be funded by the Member States as agreed to by the Member States. The Commission shall have the responsibilities and duties as may be conferred upon it by subsequent action of the respective legislatures of the Member States in accordance with the terms of this Compact. (f) The Commission shall not take any action within a Member State that contravenes any State law of that Member State.
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Sec. 7. Congressional Consent. This Compact shall be effective on its adoption by at least two Member States and consent of the United States Congress. This Compact shall be effective unless the United States Congress, in consenting to this Compact, alters the fundamental purposes of this Compact, which are: (a) To secure the right of the Member States to regulate Health Care in their respective States pursuant to this Compact and to suspend the operation of any conflicting federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders within their States; and (b) To secure federal funding for Member States that choose to invoke their authority under this Compact, as prescribed by Section 5 above. Sec. 8. Amendments. The Member States, by unanimous agreement, may amend this Compact from time to time without the prior consent or approval of Congress and any amendment shall be effective unless, within one year, the Congress disapproves that amendment. Any State may join this Compact after the date on which Congress consents to the Compact by adoption into law under its State Constitution. Sec. 9. Withdrawal; Dissolution. Any Member State may withdraw from this Compact by adopting a law to that effect, but no such withdrawal shall take effect until six months after the Governor of the withdrawing Member State has given notice of the withdrawal to the other Member States. A withdrawing State shall be liable for any obligations that it may have incurred prior to the date on which its withdrawal becomes effective. This Compact shall be dissolved upon the withdrawal of all but one of the Member States.'"

Sec. 7. Congressional Consent. This Compact shall be effective on its adoption by at least two Member States and consent of the United States Congress. This Compact shall be effective unless the United States Congress, in consenting to this Compact, alters the fundamental purposes of this Compact, which are: (a) To secure the right of the Member States to regulate Health Care in their respective States pursuant to this Compact and to suspend the operation of any conflicting federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders within their States; and (b) To secure Federal funding for Member States that choose to invoke their authority under this Compact, as prescribed by Section 5 above. Sec. 8. Amendments. The Member States, by unanimous agreement, may amend this Compact from time to time without the prior consent or approval of Congress and any amendment shall be effective unless, within one year, the Congress disapproves that amendment. Any State may join this Compact after the date on which Congress consents to the Compact by adoption into law under its State Constitution. Sec. 9. Withdrawal; Dissolution. Any Member State may withdraw from this Compact by adopting a law to that effect, but no such withdrawal shall take effect until six months after the Governor of the withdrawing Member State has given notice of the withdrawal to the other Member States. A withdrawing State shall be liable for any obligations that it may have incurred prior to the date on which its withdrawal becomes effective. This Compact shall be dissolved upon the withdrawal of all but one of the Member States.

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Immigration and Guns ALECs Draconian Immigration Bill In Georgia HB 87 mirrors ALECs No Sanctuary Cities for Illegal Immigrants Act, upon which the controversial 2010 SB1070 law in Arizona was based. The ALEC model No Sanctuary Cities for Illegal Immigrants Act, reportedly drafted by former Arizona Senator Russell Pearce and current Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, was a product of ALECs notorious Public Safety and Elections Task Force.551 NPR reported that Corrections Corporation of America, a private prison company, expected significant revenues from the detention of illegal immigrants, and participated in the meeting in which the proposal became an ALEC model.552 Corrections Corporation of America has 6 facilities in Georgia.553 This same task force also promoted controversial Voter ID legislation, as well as the NRA sponsored Stand Your Ground model bill. Facing public pressure, ALEC claimed to have removed this task force in April 2012, but has since resurrected the task force with a different name.554 Portions of the Arizona law have been struck down by the United States Supreme Court,555 and the legal battle continues.556 2011 HB 87 provided, however, that a person who is a legal resident of this state and at least 21 years of age may file a cause of action for injunctive or other equitable relief against any official or agency of this state or subdivision of this state for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this Code section or preventing a violation of federal immigration law. Such action shall be filed in the superior court of the county having jurisdiction of the agency's headquarters or where the violation is alleged to have occurred. If there is a judicial finding that an agency or official of an agency has violated or failed to abide by the provisions of this Code section or federal immigration law, the court shall order the agency to conform to the requirements of the law and shall assess against the agency a fine of not less than $1,000.00 or more than $5,000.00 for each separate violation. The court shall collect the civil penalty and remit the civil penalty for payment to any local law enforcement agency within the court's jurisdiction for the purpose of training such agency's law enforcement officers in matters related to the enforcement of immigration law. In addition, the court shall award all court costs and reasonable attorney fees to any person that prevails by an adjudication on the merits in a proceeding brought pursuant to this Code section." ALECs Model No Sanctuary Cities For Illegal Immigrants Act (F) A person may bring an action in superior court to challenge any official or agency of this state or county, city, town or other political subdivision of this state that adopts or implements a policy that limits or restricts the enforcement of federal immigration laws to less than the full extent permitted by federal law. If there is a judicial finding that an entity has violated this section, the court shall order any of the following: (1) That the person who brought the action recovers court costs and attorney fees. (2) That the entity pay a civil penalty of not less than an amount equal to one thousand dollars and not more than an amount equal to five thousand dollars for each day that the policy has remained in effect after the filing of an action pursuant to this subsection. (G) A court shall collect the penalty prescribed in subsection F of this section and remit the penalty to the Department of Public Safety, which shall establish a special subaccount for the monies in the account established for the Gang and Immigration Intelligence Team Enforcement Mission Appropriation. Monies in the special subaccount are subject to legislative appropriation for distribution for Gang and Immigration Enforcement and for county jail reimbursement costs relating to illegal immigration.


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(b) A person who transports or moves an illegal alien in a motor vehicle, where such person knows or recklessly disregards the fact that such person being transported is an illegal alien, shall be guilty of the offense of transporting or moving an illegal alien (b) A person who conceals, harbors, or shields an illegal alien from detection in any place in this state, including any building or means of transportation, where such person knows or recklessly disregards the fact that such person being concealed, harbored, or shielded is an illegal alien, shall be guilty of the offense of concealing or harboring an illegal alien. (c) A person convicted of concealing or harboring an illegal alien who conceals or harbors seven or fewer illegal aliens at the same time in the same location shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $1,000.00 or imprisonment not to exceed 12 months, or both. A person convicted of concealing or harboring an illegal alien who conceals or harbors more than seven illegal aliens at the same time in the same location shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not less than $5,000.00 or more than $20,000.00 or by imprisonment of not less than one or more than five years, or both. (b) A person who encourages, entices, or induces an illegal alien to enter into this state, where such person knows or recklessly disregards the fact that such person being encouraged, enticed, or induced to enter into this state is an illegal alien, shall be guilty of the offense of encouraging an illegal alien to enter into this state. (b) During any stop of a criminal suspect by a law enforcement officer, where the officer has probable cause to believe that such suspect has committed a criminal offense, including any traffic offense, if, during the lawful detention of such suspect, the officer develops reasonable suspicion to also suspect that such person is an illegal alien, then the officer shall, when reasonably practicable, make an attempt to determine the immigration status of such suspect. (f) If during the course of the investigation, a law enforcement officer receives verification that a suspect is an illegal alien, then such law enforcement officer shall be authorized to arrest the suspected illegal alien, securely transport the suspected illegal alien to a federal facility in this state or to any other temporary point of detention for transfer into federal custody, and to reasonably

(A) It is unlawful for a person to: (1) Transport or move or attempt to transport or move an alien in this state in a means of transportation if the person knows or is in reckless disregard of the fact that the alien has come to, entered or remains in the United States in violation of law. (2) Conceal, harbor or shield or attempt to conceal, harbor or shield an alien from detection in any place in this state, including any building or any means of transportation if the person knows or is in reckless disregard of the fact that the alien has come to, entered or remains in the United States in violation of law. (C) A person who violates this section is guilty of a Class 1 Misdemeanor and is subject to a fine of at least one thousand dollars except that a violation of this section that involves ten or more illegal aliens is a Class 6 Felony and the person is subject to a fine of at least one thousand dollars for each alien who is involved.

(3) Encourage or induce an alien to come to or reside in this state knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entering or residing in this state is or will be in violation of the law.

(B) For any legitimate contact made by an official or agency of this state or county, city, town or other political subdivision of this state where reasonable suspicion exists that the person is an alien who is unlawfully present in the United States, a reasonable attempt shall be made to determine the immigration status of the person. The person's immigration status shall be verified with the federal government pursuant to 8 United States Code Section 1373 (c). (C) If an alien who is unlawfully present in the United States is convicted of a violation of state or local law, on discharge from imprisonment or assessment of any fine that is imposed, the alien shall be immediately transferred to the custody of the United States immigration and customs enforcement or the United States customs and border protection.
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detain such suspected illegal alien for the period of time authorized by state and federal law.

(D) Notwithstanding any other law, a law enforcement agency may securely transport an alien who is unlawfully in the United States and who is in the agency's custody to a federal facility in this state or to any other point of transfer into federal custody that is outside the jurisdiction of the law enforcement agency.

(1) To the extent authorized by federal law, state and local law enforcement agencies shall be authorized to send, receive, and maintain information relating to the immigration status of any individual as reasonably needed for public safety purposes. Except as provided by federal law, law enforcement agencies or officials shall not be prohibited from receiving or maintaining information relating to the immigration status of any individual or sending or exchanging such information with other federal, state, or local governmental entities or officials for official public safety purposes.

(E) Except as provided in federal law, officials or agencies of this state and counties, cities, towns and other political subdivisions of this state may not be prohibited or in any way be restricted from sending, receiving or maintaining information relating to the immigration status, lawful or unlawful, of any individual or exchanging that information with any other federal, state or local governmental entity for the following official purposes:

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ALECs Kill At Will Bill In Georgia ALECs model Castle Doctrine bill, otherwise known as the Stand Your Ground, Shoot First, or Kill at Will bill, is perhaps ALECs most infamous model bill. In the spring of 2012, George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teenager who was returning to his fathers home having been out to buy some candy and an iced tea. Police did not initially arrest Zimmerman, apparently invoking Floridas 2005 Stand Your Ground law as an obstacle to arrest or prosecution. More than six weeks after the incident, following significant local and national outrage, Zimmerman was finally charged with murder. As the Center for Media and Democracy documented, the National Rifle Association helped draft the Florida Stand Your Ground law, which the NRAs lobbyist then proposed as an ALEC model bill during an ALEC conference in Texas in 2005.557 ALEC adopted the bill, and since then more than two dozen other states have passed similar laws.558 The results of this law throughout the states are disturbing. The Savannah Morning News noted that the laws help allow drug dealers and gang members to walk three, confuses judges, and that in a third of cases, defendants initiated the altercation.559 Researchers have found that states with such laws have more homicides than states without; a 7-9% increase, totaling an additional 500-700 people who are killed in states with these laws as opposed to the states without them.560 These are not statistics, these are tragedies. 2006 SB 396 As Introduced "16-3-23.1. A person who is not engaged in an unlawful activity and who is attacked in any place where he or she has a right to be has no duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or to another." ALECs Model Castle Doctrine Act 3. A person who is not engaged in an unlawful activity and who is attacked in any other place where he or she has a right to be has no duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another, or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony.


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Taxes ALECs Tax Plans In Georgia The marquee publication heralding ALECs tax and economic policies is the annual Rich States Poor States report. The report is intended to rank states on their adherence to the ALEC policy line, which will supposedly predict growth, but predictably fails to do so.561 The ALEC report actually even ranks states on how regressive their tax systems are, rewarding those states that tax the poor more than the rich, and rewarding those states that dont tax corporations. This makes sense, since according to ALECs tax filings, ALEC received 98% of its funding from corporations.562 Georgian plans for massive tax cuts were lauded by ALEC in the late 2000s. ALECs 2007 Rich States Poor States report lauded then-Speaker Richardsons tax plan for abolishing all taxes, except for a flat income and sales tax. This plan would have eliminated insurance taxes, estate taxes, cut the top marginal income tax to benefit the rich, ended the corporate income tax, a boon to ALECs membership. Of course the ALEC report also highlighted that, Georgia is now considering a at tax devised by one of us (Laffer).563 Thankfully, the bill, HR900, went nowhere. Yet ALECs tax policies came back the next legislature. Rep. Tom Graves authored HB 481 in 2009, a massive series of tax cuts for businesses, including eliminating the corporate income tax. In the ALEC magazine, Inside ALEC, Rep. Graves wrote of HB 481, Many of these ideas are based on ALEC Model Legislation.564 After the article was written, HB 481 was amended to add a massive capital gains tax cut, similar to ALECs Capital Gains Tax Elimination Act. Seventy seven percent of the benefits of Rep. Graves would have gone to the top one percent of Georgians.565 The plan would have increased the deficit to $3.1 billion by 2012.566 While benefiting mainly the rich, and exploding the deficit, these ALEC Model policies were a massive giveaway for the rich and corporations. Thankfully, Governor Perdue vetoed the measure, decrying the drastic cuts that would be necessary to pay for these tax cuts.567 ALEC described this veto as one of the worst vetoes of the year.568 For his sponsorship of the bill, Rep. Graves was named ALEC Legislator of the Year.569


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ALECs Autopilot Tax Cuts Bill In Georgia Senate Resolutions 438 and 594 are nearly identical if not verbatim copies. They are versions of the ALEC model Tax and Expenditure Limitation Act an ill conceived bill to hamstring future legislatures from adjusting to future situations. The bill is a corporate approved constitutional amendment, seeking to make all tax or spending increases subject to a super-majority vote. This is creating a super-filibuster for budget bills; similar provisions in California have created unending fiscal gridlock, where an extreme minority can stymie the will of the majority entirely. The bill also makes it incredibly difficult to adjust to unknown future needs and concerns. In order to impose an extremist ideology and prevent the possibility that in the future taxes may increase, legislators are pushing a corporate sponsored amendment to the Georgia Constitution. Both resolutions, as introduced, are interestingly named the Taxpayer Protection Amendment of 2011, despite being introduced in 2013. This typo seems harmless, and humorous, but it shows the literal copy and paste nature of ALEC legislation. A Representative in Florida introduced an ALEC bill without removing the ALEC mission statement.570 A Missouri Senator incorrectly edited an ALEC bill, leaving [Insert State] were it was not supposed to be.571 This shows that in certain cases, the legislator is not even reading the bill they authored. SR 594 As Introduced Paragraph I. Definitions. As used in this article, the term: (1) 'Annual population change' means the most recent available annual percentage change in population for the State of Georgia. (2) 'Fiscal year' means the state fiscal year specified under Article III, Section IX, Paragraph II(b). (3) 'Fiscal year spending' means the total amount of moneys appropriated in the General Appropriations Act by the General Assembly and recommended by the Governor as determined by the revenue estimate under Article III, Section IX, Paragraph IV(b) except: (A) Appropriations funded by moneys received from the federal government; (B) Appropriations funded by discretionary user charges to the extent that such charges do not exceed the cost of the goods or services; (C) Proceeds of gifts or bequests made for purposes specified by the donor; (D) Lottery funds; (E) Motor fuel tax proceeds; (F) Tobacco settlement funds; (G) Care management organization fees and nursing home provider fees; and (H) Moneys appropriated for homeowner's incentive adjustment tax relief under Article VII, Section IIA. (4) 'Population' means the number of people residing in Georgia, excluding armed forces ALECs Model Tax and Expenditure Limitation Act

(D) "Fiscal year" means any accounting period consisting of 12 consecutive months. (C) "Fiscal year spending" means the total amount of monies appropriated by the state or local government district except: (1) appropriations funded monies received from the federal government; (2) principal and interest on bonded indebtedness; (3) appropriations funded by unemployment and disability insurance funds; (4) appropriations funded by discretionary user charges to the extent that such charges do not exceed the cost of the goods or services and its purchase by the user is discretionary; (5) appropriations funded from permanent endowment, trust funds, or pension funds; (6) proceeds of gifts or bequests made for purposes specified by the donor; or (7) monies appropriated for tax relief.

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stationed overseas, as determined by the United States Bureau of the Census. (5) 'State government inflation' means the most recent available annual percentage change in the gross output of state and local governments as defined by the National Income and Product Accounts and determined by the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis. Paragraph II. Spending limits. For any fiscal year that commences on or after July 1, 2015, the fiscal year spending as determined by the revenue estimate under Article III, Section IX , Paragraph IV(b) shall not exceed the greater of: (1) The fiscal year spending for any previous fiscal year; or (2) The immediately preceding fiscal year spending adjusted for state government inflation and annual population change. Paragraph III. Excess revenues. For any fiscal year that commences on or after July 1, 2015, if revenue from sources not excluded from total state revenues exceeds the limit on total state fiscal year spending calculated in accordance with Paragraph II of this section, for that fiscal year the excess shall be appropriated by vote of the General Assembly and shall first fund increases due to student enrollment for local school systems, then excess revenues shall be used for any combination of one or more of: (1) Transfer to the Revenue Shortfall Reserve to the extent necessary to ensure that the fund balance is equal to 15 percent of the fiscal year spending for the previous fiscal year; and (2) Retirement of existing state general obligation debt. In any year in which the Revenue Shortfall Reserve is greater than 15 percent of the fiscal year spending for the previous fiscal year, the state income tax rate shall be reduced by one-quarter of 1 percent. Paragraph IV. Spending limit override. The General Assembly shall be authorized to exceed the limits specified under this article, but only upon the exhaustion of the Revenue Shortfall Reserve and the adoption of a joint resolution by a twothirds' vote of both houses of the General Assembly voting in a roll-call vote. The General Assembly by law shall set forth the amount of the spending limit override and the method by which it shall be defrayed. In no event shall such expenditures be included in the computation of the limitation imposed by Paragraph II of this section for any other year.

stationed overseas, as determined by the United States Bureau of Census.

(A) For any fiscal year that commences on or after ____ the maximum annual percentage change in state fiscal year spending equals inflation plus the percentage change in state population in the prior calendar year, adjusted for revenue changes approved by voters as required in section 1 of this Act. Population shall be determined by annual federal census estimates and such number shall be adjusted every decade to match the federal census. (A) If the amount of total state revenue for the prior fiscal year exceeds the amount of total state revenue for the next preceding fiscal year, the maximum amount of total state revenues shall be the lesser of the amount of total state revenue for the prior state fiscal year or the amount of total state revenues limit for the prior fiscal year plus the product of the applicable amount and the sum of inflation and the percentage change in state population in the prior calendar year.

(B) Monies in the state emergency reserve cash fund may be expended for declared emergencies only. Emergency means an extraordinary event or occurrence that could not have been reasonably for-seen or prevented and that requires immediate expenditures to preserve the health, safety, and general welfare of the people. Emergency does not mean a revenue shortfall or budget shortfall. Appropriation from the fund can only occur upon a two thirds vote of all elected members of each house of the Legislature concurring therein. Interest or other income earned on the emergency reserve fund shall accrue to the fund.

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Crony Capitalism ALECs Asbestos Bill In Georgia During the 2007 legislative session, Senator Wiles, Senator Unterman, and Senator Judson Hill sponsored SB 182, a bill reforming torts regarding asbestos.572 The bill passed the legislature and was signed into law. The bill was a copy of the ALEC model Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act, nearly verbatim as displayed below. This bill benefits one corporation,573 and only one corporation: Crown Holdings, f.k.a. Crown Cork and Seal.574 The inventor of the bottle cap started Crown in 1892, and today it manufactures bottles, cans, and other packaging.575 Crown merged with Mundet Cork in 1966, and Mundet had worked with asbestos; by acquiring Mundets assets, Crown also acquired Mundets liabilities. The ALEC model exists to reduce Crowns liability for damages due to asbestos. The bill would dramatically limit the amount that asbestos victims could recover, benefitting Crowns bottom line. Asbestos causes asbestosis, mesothelioma and lung cancer, and this bill makes it more difficult for victims of asbestos to recover damages. 576 This model legislation has passed in at least 15 states.577 Perhaps coincidentally, Senator Wiles, Senator Unterman, and Senator Judson Hill attended ALECs Georgia Night Dinner in Washington DC, in December, 2007. This dinner, paid for by lobbyists, cost a reported total of $4,599.61. At this dinner, perhaps coincidentally, was a lobbyist for Crown Cork and Seal.578 In addition to paying more than four hundred dollars for the ALEC dinner, perhaps coincidentally, Crown was the number one contributor to the ALEC scholarship account, giving $15,000 to Georgias secret ALEC Scholarship fund between 2006 and 2007. Perhaps coincidentally, Sen. Wiles, Sen. Unterman, and Sen. Judson Hill received a combined $14,331 from the ALEC scholarship fund over the same time period.579 ALEC Model Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act A.) Asbestos claim means any claim, wherever or whenever made, for damages, losses, indemnification, contribution, or other relief arising out of, based on, or in any way related to asbestos, including: (1) the health effects of exposure to asbestos, including any claim for: a. personal injury or death; b. mental or emotional injury; c. risk of disease or other injury; or d. the costs of medical monitoring or surveillance, to the extent such claims are recognized under state law; (2) any claim made by or on behalf of any person exposed to asbestos, or a representative, spouse, 2007 SB182 As Passed (2)(A) 'Asbestos claim' means any claim, wherever or whenever made, for damages, losses, indemnification, contribution, loss of consortium, or other relief arising out of, based on, or in any way related to the health effects of exposure to asbestos, including, but not limited to: (i) Any claim, to the extent recognized by applicable state law now or in the future, for: (I) Personal injury or death; (II) Mental or emotional injury; (III) Risk or fear of disease or other injury; (IV) The costs of medical monitoring or surveillance; or (V) Damage or loss caused by the installation, presence, or removal of asbestos; and


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parent, child, or other relative of the person; and (3) any claim for damage or loss caused by the installation, presence, or removal of asbestos. A.) Except as further limited in Subsection (b), the cumulative successor asbestos-related liabilities of a corporation are limited to the fair market value of the total gross assets of the transferor determined as of the time of the merger or consolidation. The corporation does not have any responsibility for successor asbestos-related liabilities in excess of this limitation. B.) If the transferor had assumed or incurred successor asbestos-related or liabilities in connection with a prior merger or consolidation with a prior transferor, then the fair market value of the total assets of the prior transferor, determined as of the time of such earlier merger or consolidation, shall be substituted for the limitation set forth in Subsection (a) for purposes of determining the limitation of liability of a corporation A.) A corporation may establish the fair market value of total gross assets for the purpose of the limitations under Section 3 through any method reasonable under the circumstances, including: (1) by reference to the going concern value of the assets or to the purchase price attributable to or paid for the assets in an arm's-length transaction; or (2) in the absence of other readily available information from which fair market value can be determined, by reference to the value of the assets recorded on a balance sheet. B.) Total gross assets include intangible assets. C.) Total gross assets include the aggregate coverage under any applicable liability insurance that was issued to the transferor whose assets are being valued for purposes of this Section and which insurance has been collected or is collectable to cover successor asbestos-related liabilities (except compensation for liabilities arising from workers' exposure to asbestos solely during the course of their employment by the transferor). A settlement of a dispute concerning such insurance coverage entered into by a transferor or successor with the insurers of the transferor before the enactment of this title shall be determinative of the aggregate coverage of such liability insurance to be included in the calculation of the transferor's total gross assets. A.) Except as provided in Subsections (b), (c), and (d), the fair market value of total gross assets at the time of a merger or consolidation increases

(ii) Any claim made by or on behalf of an exposed person or based on that exposed persons exposure to asbestos, including a representative, spouse, parent, child, or other relative of the exposed person (a) Except as further limited in subsection (b) of this Code section, the cumulative successor asbestos related liabilities of a corporation are limited to the fair market value of the total gross assets of the transferor determined as of the time of the merger or consolidation. The corporation does not have any responsibility for successor asbestos related liabilities in excess of this limitation. (b) If the transferor had assumed or incurred successor asbestos related liabilities in connection with a prior merger or consolidation with a prior transferor, the fair market value of the total assets of the prior transferor, determined as of the time of the earlier merger or consolidation, shall be substituted for the limitation set forth in subsection (a) of this Code section for the purpose of determining the limitation of liability of a corporation. (a) A corporation may establish the fair market value of total gross assets for the purpose of the limitations under Code Section 51-15-4 through any method reasonable under the circumstances, including: (1) By reference to the going concern value of the assets or to the purchase price attributable to or paid for the assets in an arms length transaction; or (2) In the absence of other readily available information from which fair market value can be determined, by reference to the value of the assets recorded on a balance sheet. (b) Total gross assets include intangible assets. (c) Total gross assets include the aggregate coverage under any applicable third-party liability insurance that was issued to the transferor whose assets are being valued for purposes of this Code section, which insurance has been collected or is collectable to cover successor asbestos related liabilities except compensation for liabilities arising from workers exposure to asbestos solely during the course of their employment by the transferor. For purposes of this subsection, a settlement with an insurance company shall fix what amount of coverage was collectable.

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annually at a rate equal to the sum of: (1) the prime rate as listed in the first edition of the Wall Street Journal published for each calendar year since the merger or consolidation, unless the prime rate is not published in that edition of the Wall Street Journal, in which case any reasonable determination of the prime rate on the first day of the year may be used; or (2) one percent. B.) The rate in Subsection (a) is not compounded. C.) The adjustment of fair market value of total gross assets continues as provided under Subsection (a) until the date the adjusted value is first exceeded by the cumulative amounts of successor asbestos-related liabilities paid or committed to be paid by or on behalf of the corporation or a predecessor, or by or on behalf of a transferor, after the time of the merger or consolidation for which the fair market value of total gross assets is determined. D.) No adjustment of the fair market value of total gross assets shall be applied to any liability insurance otherwise included in the definition of total gross assets by subsection 4(c). Section 6. {Scope of Chapter} The courts in this state shall apply, to the fullest extent permissible under the United States Constitution, this state's substantive law, including the limitation under this chapter, to the issue of successor asbestos-related liabilities.

consolidation shall increase annually at a rate equal to the sum of: (1) The prime rate as published by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, as published in statistical release H.15 or any publication that may supersede it, for each calendar year since the merger or consolidation; and (2) One percent. (b) The rate provided in subsection (a) of this Code section shall not be compounded. (c) The adjustment of fair market value of total gross assets shall continue as provided under subsection (a) of this Code section until the date the adjusted value is first exceeded by the cumulative amounts of successor asbestos related liabilities paid or committed to be paid by or on behalf of the corporation or a predecessor, or by or on behalf of a transferor, after the time of the merger or consolidation for which the fair market value of total gross assets is determined. (d) No adjustment of the fair market value of total gross assets shall be applied to any liability insurance otherwise included in the definition of total gross assets by subsection (c) of Code Section 51-15-5. 51-15-7. The courts in this state shall apply, to the fullest extent permissible under the United States Constitution, this states substantive law, including the limitation under this chapter, to the issue of successor asbestos related liabilities. This chapter shall be construed liberally to accomplish its remedial purposes.

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ALECs Bill To Alter Common Law In 2010, ALEC approved the Trespasser Responsibility Act. The American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) sponsored the ALEC model, which had an accompanying article stating the rationale for the bill. As the article depicts, the ALEC model was in response to a perceived attempt to change Common Laws treatment of trespasser liability to benefit trespassers; a Common Law which the article deemed to be fair, workable, and predictable. Due to this perceived attempt to change Common Law, the ALEC model was developed to change it in the opposite direction, to benefit landowners. The article notes that the ALEC model was drafted to be able to eliminate certain exceptions that would hold landowners liable, Legislators could decide whether to include the entire list of traditional exceptions. While these exceptions are found in the common law, however, they violate the rights of land possessors to have exclusive control over their land.580 These notes are not included in the form of the ALEC model publically available on the ALEC website.581 Rather than codify the Common Law, the ALEC model would alter Common Law to suit the purposes of ALECs associates. This bill seeks to codify liability laws beneficial to property owners, railroad companies, utility companies, factories, and insurance companies.582 State Farm Insurance, BNSF railroad, and Shell Oil were present at the meeting this bill was approved, and the bill was passed unanimously.583 By tilting the legal playing field, the bill works to prevent injured Americans from recovering damages they otherwise would have been able too. In Georgia, two bills, HB 270 and SB 125 were introduced identically. SB 125 is sponsored by Senators Stone and Gooch, both of who have ties to ALEC; the bill passed the Senate. It does not include the traditional exemptions that the ALEC model considers optional. 2013 SB 125 As Introduced (a) A possessor of land, including an owner, lessee, or other occupant, owes no duty of care to a trespasser except to refrain from causing a willful or wanton injury, including by a trap or pitfall. ALECs Model Trespasser Responsibility Act (A) General Rule- A possessor of land, including an owner, lessee, or other occupant, does not owe a duty of care to a trespasser and is not subject to liability for any injury to a trespasser. (B) Exceptions.Notwithstanding (a), a possessor of land may be subject to liability for physical injury or death to a trespasser in the following situation[s](1) Intentional HarmsA possessor may be subject to liability if the trespassers physical injury or death was intentionally caused by the possessor, except that a possessor may use reasonable force to repel a trespasser who has entered the land or a building with the intent to commit a crime. (2) Harms to Trespassing Children Caused by Highly Dangerous Artificial Conditions (Attractive nuisances).-A possessor may be subject to liability for physical injury or death to a child trespasser [age sixteen or younger] resulting from an artificial condition on the land if(a) the possessor knew or had reason to know that children were likely to trespass at the location of the condition; (b) the condition is one the possessor knew or

(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this Code section, a possessor of land may be subject to liability for physical injury or death to a child trespasser caused by an artificial condition upon such land if: (1) The place where the condition exists is one upon which the possessor knows or has reason to know that children are likely to trespass; (2) The condition is one of which the possessor


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knows or has reason to know and which the possessor realizes or should realize will involve an unreasonable risk of death or serious bodily harm to such children; (3) The children because of their youth do not discover the condition or realize the risk involved in intermeddling with it or in coming within the area made dangerous by it; (4) The utility to the possessor of maintaining the condition and the burden of eliminating the danger were slight as compared with the risk to children involved; and (5) The possessor failed to exercise reasonable care to eliminate the danger or otherwise protect such children.

reasonably should known involved an unreasonable risk or death or serious bodily harm to such children; (c) the injured child did not discover the condition or realize the risk involved in the condition or coming within the area made dangerous by it; (d) the utility to the possessor of maintaining the condition and the burden of eliminating the danger were slight as compared with the risk to the child involved; and (e) the possessor failed to exercise reasonable care to eliminate the danger or otherwise protect the injured child

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ALECs Bill To Limit Citizens Ability To Sue In February, 2010 Mr. Cary Silverman came to Athens to testify in committee in favor of SB 138, the Transparency in Lawsuits Protection act. Mr. Silverman was testifying as a representative of ALECs Civil Justice Task Force.584 Mr. Silverman, a lawyer for the law firm Shook, Hardy & Bacon also acted as a lobbyist for legal changes in Washington.585 Of course neither Shook, Hardy & Bacon nor ALEC had any lobbyists in Georgia, nor was any one with the surname Silverman registered.586 The bill barely passed the committee, on a 5-4 vote.587 Mr. Silverman, and Shook, Hardy & Bacon have had long ties to ALEC. Mr. Silverman was a member of ALECs Civil Justice Task Force in 2010, while Victor Schwartz, partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon was a chair of the task force.588 Victor Schwartz and another member of Shook, Hardy, & Bacon literally wrote the book on ALECs tort reform agenda.589 And Mr. Silverman has written bills for ALEC, including the Phantom Damages Elimination Act590 and the Product Liability Act.591 Senator Wiles, admitted the bill was ALEC model legislation.592 It may well be the case that a Washington lobbyist on behalf of ALEC wrote a bill, and came to Athens to assure its passage. All four of the bills sponsors are or were ALEC associates. The bill itself is a measure to eliminate the power of courts to allow citizens to sue for damages. It reduces the liability of corporations by constricting the judiciarys ability to ensure justice. Victor Schwartz wrote in ALECs Policy Forum that the bill would reduce costs for insurance companies by preventing them from being held liable for mere negligence.593 SB138 As Introduced SECTION 1. This Act shall be known and may be cited as the "Transparency in Lawsuits Protection Act." SECTION 2. Article 1 of Chapter 2 of Title 9 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to general provisions applicable to actions, is amended by adding a new Code section to read as follows: "9-2-8. No private right of action shall arise from any Act enacted on or after the effective date of this Code section unless such right is expressly provided therein." ALECs Transparency in Lawsuits Protection Act Section 1. {Title} This Act may be known as the Transparency in Lawsuits Protection Act. Section 3. {Transparency Required} Any legislation enacted in this State creating a private right of action shall contain express language providing for such a right. Courts of this state shall not construe a statute to imply a private right of action in the absence of such express language.


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ALECs PR Model Resolution In Georgia ALECs model resolution opposing the EPA is a publicity and organizational tool based on bad policy. In 2011, ALEC released a report entitled the EPAs Regulatory Train Wreck, to highlight one small subsection of this emerging regimeEPAs assault on the use of fossil fuels and particularly coal, for electric generation and other commercial and manufacturing processes.594 This is unsurprising as ALEC is funded by the oil, gas, coal, and electric generation industries. 595 The report suggested a model resolution, which seemingly never passed through ALECs process, and tried to market the term train wreck to describe the EPA. 596 The report lambasted the EPA for efforts to reduce greenhouse gas and resist climate change, and suggested their resolution to assist in the federal ongoing legal and public relations struggles. 597 While the resolution has no tangible effects, it served to resist the EPAs regulation of CO2, BPA, lead, and Mercury Acid Gasses; and served to subserviate Georgias General Assembly to be spokespeople for the oil and coal industries publicity campaign. 2012 HR 1367 As Introduced WHEREAS, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed or is proposing numerous new regulations, particularly in the area of air quality and regulation of greenhouse gases, that will have major effects on consumers, the economy, jobs, and U.S. competitiveness in worldwide markets, especially in Georgia; and WHEREAS, concern is growing that, with cap-andtrade legislation having failed in Congress, the EPA is attempting to obtain the same results through the adoption of numerous concurrent regulations; and WHEREAS, the EPA's proposed over-reaching regulations will drive jobs and industry out of Georgia and much of the United States in general; and WHEREAS, the EPA has not undertaken any comprehensive study of the cumulative effect of the proposed new regulatory activity on consumers, the economy, jobs, competitiveness, and system reliability; and WHEREAS, the EPA has not performed any comprehensive study of what the environmental benefits of its recently enacted and proposed emissions (new versus existing) and greenhouse regulations will be in terms of impact on regional air and water quality or global climate change; and WHEREAS, state agencies in Georgia are routinely required to identify the costs of their regulations and to justify those costs relative to the benefits; and WHEREAS, since the EPA has identified "taking ALEC Model Resolution Opposing EPAs Regulatory Train Wreck WHEREAS: The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed or is proposing numerous new regulations, particularly in the area of air quality and regulation of greenhouse gases, that are likely to have major effects on the economy, jobs and U.S. competitiveness in worldwide markets; WHEREAS: Concern is growing that, with capand-trade legislation having failed in Congress, EPA is attempting to obtain the same results through the adoption of regulations; WHEREAS: EPA over-regulation is driving jobs and industry out of America; WHEREAS: Neither EPA nor the Administration has undertaken any comprehensive study of what the cumulative effect of all of this new regulatory activity will have on the economy, jobs and competitiveness; WHEREAS: EPA has not performed any comprehensive study of what the environmental benefits of its greenhouse regulation will be in terms of impacts on global climate; WHEREAS: State agencies are routinely required to identify the costs of their regulations and to justify those costs in light of the benefits; WHEREAS: Since EPA has identified taking


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action on climate change and improving air quality" as its first strategic goal for the 2011-15 time period, it should be required to identify the specific actions it intends to take to achieve these goals and to assess the total cost of all these actions together; and WHEREAS, the Georgia House of Representatives supports continuing improvements in the quality of the nation's air but believes that such improvements can be made in a sensible fashion without damaging consumers and the economy so long as there is a full understanding of the cost benefit of the regulations at issue; and WHEREAS, the primary goal of government at this time must be to promote economic recovery and to foster a stable and predictable business environment that will lead to the creation of jobs. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES that the members of this body urge Congress to adopt legislation prohibiting the EPA by any means necessary from regulating greenhouse gas emissions or enacting any new air quality regulations without first undertaking a comprehensive study of the environmental and economic impact of the regulations, and requiring the Obama Administration to undertake a further study to identify all regulatory activity that the EPA intends to undertake in the furtherance of its goals.

action on climate change and improving air quality as its first strategic goal for the 2011-15 time period, EPA should be required to identify the specific actions it intends to take to achieve these goals and to assess the total cost of all these actions together; WHEREAS: The Legislature supports continuing improvements in the quality of the nations air and believes that that such improvements can be made in a sensible fashion without damaging the economy so long as there is a full understanding of the cost of the regulations at issue; WHEREAS: The primary goal of government at the present time must be to promote economic recovery and to foster a stable and predictable business environment that will lead to the creation of jobs; Requiring the Administration to undertake a study identifying all regulatory activity that EPA intends to undertake in furtherance of its goal of taking action on climate change and improving air quality and specifying the cumulative effect of all of these regulations on the economy, jobs, and American economic competitiveness. This study should be a multi-agency study drawing on the expertise both of EPA and of agencies and departments having expertise in and responsibility for the economy and the electric system and should provide an objective cost-benefit analysis of all of EPAs current and planned regulation together.

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ALECs Internet Restriction Bill In Georgia In 2012 Sen. Chip Rogers introduced a version of ALECs model Municipal Telecommunications Private Industry Safeguards Act. This bill operates under the guise of leveling the playing field to ensure that local governments werent able to undermine private business.598 However the bill hamstrings local governments, imposing a list of difficult conditions for establishing a municipal utility. By doing so, the bill protects the business interests of corporate telecom giants. In fact, according to Bloomberg, this bill was largely drafted by AT&T, and US West, which is now Centurylink. 599 When the model bill was written in 2001, it used a definition of advanced service as 144kbs; Sen. Rogers version in 2012 used a standard of 200kbs for broadband internet, which is laughably slow by current standards. While Sen. Rogers bill did not go anywhere in 2012, in 2013 Rep. Mark Hamilton introduced a version, HB 282, similarly restricting municipal broadband. The bill was for the purpose of preventing competition for Windstream Communications. 600 Rep Hamiltons bill advanced to a vote of the House, where it failed by a vote of 70-94. Records also show that in addition to Windstreams lobbying on the issue, AT&T and Comcast lobbyists financed events for Georgias legislators including Sen. Rogers at the ALEC conventions in 2011, 601 and in the summer of 2012, which Rep. Hamilton attended. 602 AT&T and Comcast are in the top ten for Georgian expenditures related to ALEC conventions. 2012 SB 313 As Introduced (1) 'Broadband service' means a service that consists of the capability to transmit at a rate not less than 200 kilobits per second in either the upstream or downstream direction and in combination with such service provide either: (a) No public provider shall cross-subsidize the costs of providing communications service with funds from any noncommunications service, operation, or revenue source, including any funds from electric, water, natural gas, sewer, or garbage services. Each year an officer of the public provider shall certify to the Public Service Commission that no cross-subsidy has taken place in the most recent calendar or fiscal year. (c) The public provider shall annually remit to the general fund of the county or municipal corporation an amount equal to all taxes and fees that a similarly situated private service provider would be required to pay to the county or city. ALECs Model Municipal Telecommunications Private Industry Safeguards Act (1) Advanced service means: high-speed Internet access capability in excess of 144 kilobits per second both upstream and downstream. (3) A municipality may not cross subsidize its cable television services or its public or advanced telecommunications services with: (a) tax dollars; (b) income from other municipal or utility services; (c) below-market rate loans from the municipality; or (d) any other means. (a) shall include within its rates an amount equal to all taxes, fees, and other assessments that would be applicable to a similarly situated private provider of the same services, including: (i) federal, state, and local taxes; (ii) franchise fees; (iii) permit fees; (iv) pole attachment fees; and (v) fees similar to those described in Subsections (5)(a)(i) through (iv); and (b) may not price any cable television service or

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communications service, a public provider shall impute an amount for the following into its indirect costs of providing service: (1) Capital costs in an amount equal to the cost of capital for a private provider; (2) An amount equal to all taxes, franchise fees, regulatory fees, occupation taxes, and pole attachment fees, calculated in the same manner as such amounts are calculated for any private provider paying such costs to the public provider for providing the same communications service; and (3) Expenses related to any facilities, buildings, equipment, vehicles, and personnel used by the public provider in providing communications services. (b) A franchising authority shall not impose or enforce any local regulation on any private provider which is not also made applicable to any competing public provider, nor shall a franchising authority discriminate between a public provider and private provider. (c) A public provider shall not under its governmental powers, including zoning or land-use regulation, directly or indirectly exercise power or authority to withhold or delay the provision of any utility service or require any person, including residents of a particular development, to use or subscribe to any communications service provided by the public provider.

telecommunications or advanced service at a level that is less than the sum of: (i) the actual direct costs of providing the service; (ii) the actual indirect costs of providing the service; and (iii) the amount determined under Subsection (5)(a)

The immunity from antitrust liability afforded to local governments by the provisions of Code Sections 36-65-1 and 36-65-2 shall not apply to public providers in the offering and providing of services as defined in this chapter; and public providers shall be subject to applicable antitrust liabilities, subject, however, to the provisions of the federal Local Government Antitrust Act of 1984, 15 U.S.C. Sections 34-36.

(f) ensure that when a municipality provides to its inhabitants cable television services, telecommunications or advanced services, or any combination thereof, and competes with private providers whose activities are regulated by the municipality, the municipality does not discriminate against the competing providers of the same services. (1) A municipality may not exercise its power of eminent domain to condemn plant and equipment of a private provider for the purpose of providing to a subscriber: (a) a cable television service; or (b) a telecommunications or advanced service. (2) A municipality may not exercise its power of eminent domain to condemn the real property, whether in whole or to obtain an easement for the purpose of providing to a subscriber: (a) a cable television service; or (b) a telecommunications or advanced service (1) When a municipality is offering or providing a cable television service or telecommunications or advanced service, the immunity from antitrust liability afforded to political subdivisions of the state under [Section of state statutes providing antitrust immunity] does not apply to the municipality providing those services. (2) A municipality that provides a cable television service or a telecommunications or advanced service is subject to applicable antitrust liabilities under the federal Local Government Antitrust Act of 1984, 15 U.S.C. Secs. 34 to 36.

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APPENDIX A: ALECs Campaign Committee Contributions/Reimbursements Date via the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission. Some data have been homogenized for spatial reasons.
Type Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary In-Kind Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary LastName American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Housing American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council (reimb) American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Date 12/07/12 12/31/12 12/13/10 01/06/06 06/08/09 01/30/09 01/30/09 09/10/09 03/31/10 01/10/10 10/06/11 01/08/07 08/25/09 07/11/08 Amount $925.00 $905.47 $1,932.00 $2,000.00 $195.96 $1,000.00 $245.93 $375.00 $704.09 $50.00 $500.00 $1,563.00 $375.00 $400.00 Candidate First Name Joshua Joshua Joshua Earl J. Thomas J. Thomas J. Thomas J. Thomas William William Richard Barry Howard Chip Candidate Last Name Clark Clark Clark Ehrhart Graves Graves Graves Graves Hamrick Hamrick Jeffares Loudermilk Maxwell Pearson

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APPENDIX B: Campaign Committee Spending On ALEC Date via the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission. Some data have been homogenized for spatial reasons.
Candidate First Name John John Joshua George Michael Michael Stephen B. Michael Stephen J. Jesse R. Hunter Kevin B. Charles Stephen Delvis George Stephen Michael Kevin Candidate Last Name Carson Carson Clark Brockway Dudgeon Dudgeon Allison Hawkins Dudgeon Allison Hill Stone Channell Hill Cooke Hawkins Martin Gooch Dutton Brockway Allison Dudgeon Cooke

Type Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Credit Card Reimbursement Reimbursement Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure

Recipient The Palmer House Hilton American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Upromise Dudgeon Michael Dudgeon American Legislative Exchange Council Renaissance Hotel Delta Airlines American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Delta American Legislative Exchange Council Delta Air Lines

Purpose Hotel deposit for ALEC meeting in August. Registration for 2013 Annual Meeting in August. Conference registration ALEC Conference Fees ALEC Conference Fees Airline travel - ALEC conference conference fees ALEC meeting ALEC - Oklahoma City Conference membership dues 2013-2014 Membership Dues Membership renewal dues Membership dues Registration for Spring Task Force Spring Task Force Meeting Conference Registration conference dues Dues conference fees airflight to Oklahoma City for ALEC conference Conference Dues Flight to ALEC Spring Task Force Campaign office expenses, ALEC dues, Fulton GOP convention, GA Public Foundation Conference registration fee for campaign DUES Mbrship Dues ALEC Conference - Registration Fee Membership National dues ALEC Dues Dues

Date 06/22/13 06/19/13 06/17/13 06/10/13 05/28/13 05/28/13 05/06/13 05/03/13 05/02/13 04/29/13 04/26/13 04/26/13 04/17/13 04/15/13 04/10/13 04/09/13 04/08/13 04/08/13 04/06/13 04/05/13 04/04/13 04/03/13 04/03/13

Amount $220.00 $475.00 $625.00 $150.00 $150.00 $270.70 $150.00 $101.41 $270.70 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $200.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $259.80 $150.00 $519.60

Reimbursement Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Reimbursement End Recipient

Willard American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC Riley American Legislative Council ALEC Dudgeon American Legislative Exchange

04/01/13 03/28/13 03/27/13 03/26/13 03/22/13 03/19/13 03/14/13 03/07/13 03/06/13

$1,435.02 $300.00 $100.00 $100.00 $150.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00

Wendell Judson John Randall Lynnette Edward Jan Michael Michael

Willard Hill Meadows Nix Riley Lindsey Jones Dudgeon Dudgeon

64

Council Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Reimbursement Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Partnership for Southern Equality Airtran Airtran Lindsey Grand Hyatt Washington Hyatt Hotels American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Delta Air Lines American Legislative Exchange Council Delta Airlines Delta Airlines American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Ex ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council Riley American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Sponsorship for Asian American Legislative Day Baggage Fee - ALEC Conference ALEC Conference Airfare Reimbursement for ALEC Conference Travel ALEC Conference Accomodations Lodging for ALEC Conference Non-Federal Contribution legislative conference - DC Travel to Washington, D.C. for ALEC States and Nation Policy Summit membership dues Airline Ticket for Hunter Hill to DC for ALEC conference Travel to ALEC Conference Registration for States and Nation Policy Summit Conference registration Conference expense Contining Education Conference fee for campaign Reimburse - AirTrain Airfare for ALEC Conference 2012 States & Nation Policy Summit Registration Fee Membership dues Round trip Mileage Reimbursements: SmyrnaAmelia Island (Independent Insurance Agents Conference) and Smyrna-airport (ALEC conference) AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING Reimbursement for ALEC convention meal Reimbursement for ALEC convention meal Reimbursement for Lodging in Salt Lake City, UT for ALEC Reimbursement for Transportation on Delta for Reps. Cooke & Dutton to ALEC in Salt Lake City, UT ALEC convention lodging Car rental for ALEC Annual Meeting. ALEC convention meal ALEC convention meal ALEC convention meal Additional airfare to ALEC Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City 02/20/13 01/14/13 01/14/13 12/13/12 12/01/12 11/30/12 11/26/12 11/20/12 11/19/12 11/15/12 11/13/12 11/11/12 11/08/12 11/07/12 11/06/12 11/04/12 10/31/12 09/24/12 09/24/12 08/19/12 $250.00 $40.00 $609.60 $785.29 $681.22 $763.19 $5,000.00 $475.00 $910.80 $150.00 $365.60 $333.60 $375.00 $375.00 $375.00 $375.00 $375.00 $219.60 $375.00 $200.00 Barry Kevin George Hunter Edward Kevin Joshua Richard Delvis Judson Lynnette Lynnette Don Loudermilk Cooke Brockway Hill Lindsey Cooke Clark Jeffares Dutton Hill Riley Riley Parsons Byung Earl Earl Edward Lynnette Edward Pak Ehrhart Ehrhart Lindsey Riley Lindsey

Expenditure

Golick

08/12/12

$435.60

Richard

Golick

Credit Card Reimbursement Reimbursement Expenditure

AMERICAN EXPRESS ConnectSouth Comcast Cooke

08/12/12 08/06/12 08/03/12 08/02/12

$493.65 $160.00 $158.02 $671.12

Mark Hugh Hugh Kevin

Hamilton Williamson Williamson Cooke

Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient

Cooke Grand America Avis Salt Lake International Airport The New Yorker Restaurant The Riverhorse on Main The Riverhorse on Main Southwest Airlines

08/02/12 07/28/12 07/28/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/25/12 07/16/12

$1,515.20 $696.21 $264.26 $181.99 $160.00 $158.02 $142.00

Kevin Hugh David Hugh Hugh Hugh David

Cooke Williamson Casas Williamson Williamson Williamson Casas

65

End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure

American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Delta DELTA AIR LINES, INC. American Legislative Conference ALEC AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council

ALEC convention registration fee Air travel to ALEC convention ALEC ANNUAL MEETING R/T AIRFARE Registration Fee for ALEC Conference conference registration and parking ALEC ANNUAL MEETING REGISTRATION FEE Conference Registration fee for campaign Conference Reimbursement for the American Legislative Exchange Council Annual Meeting Registration Airfare to Salt Lake City for ALEC Annual Meeting. Registration fee for Annual Meeting in SLC. Meals while traveling, ALEC Meals while traveling, ALEC Conference Fees Registration fee for task force meeting Registration fee for ALEC 2012 Spring Task Force meeting Conference registration fee for campaign Reimburse - ALEC conference registration fee, May 2012 Reimburse - ALEC conference hotel and travel, November 2011 Registration HOTEL ACCOMENDATIONS ALEC CONFERENCE AIRLINE TICKETS ALEC CONFERENCE AIRLINE TICKETS ALEC CONFERENCE Reimburse - ALEC airfare, AIRTRAN, November 2011 Airfare to ALEC conference, Phoenix AZ ALEC registration fee Conference registrations (Annual & Summit) ALEC conference expense Breakfast with ALEC Conference Expenses Reimburse - ALEC conference registration, November 2011 Conference ALEC conference expenses Reimburse - ALEC conference hotel and travel expenses, August 2011

07/02/12 07/01/12 06/22/12 06/19/12 06/06/12 06/01/12 06/01/12 05/30/12

$475.00 $624.60 $507.55 $375.00 $204.00 $475.00 $475.00 $475.00

Hugh Hugh Mark Edward George Mark Judson Joshua

Williamson Williamson Hamilton Lindsey Brockway Hamilton Hill Clark

Reimbursement End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Reimbursement Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Reimbursement End Recipient Expenditure

Cooke Southwest Airlines American Legislative Exchange Council M Chili Westin American Legislative ALEC ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) American Legislative Exchange Council Riley Riley American Legislative Exchange Council FAIRMONT SCOTTSDALE AIRTRAN AIRWAYS SMITH Riley Delta Airlines American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Hyatt Hotels OK Cafe ALEC Higher Education Funding Symposium Riley American Legislative Exchange Council Delta Air Lines, INC Riley

05/30/12 05/15/12 05/15/12 05/11/12 05/11/12 04/13/12 04/11/12 04/05/12 03/12/12 02/24/12 01/03/12 12/31/11 12/01/11 11/21/11 11/21/11 10/24/11 10/23/11 10/21/11 10/18/11 10/02/11 09/30/11 09/29/11 09/26/11 09/15/11 09/06/11 08/20/11

$475.00 $527.20 $475.00 $39.00 $25.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $866.80 $375.00 $1,127.77 $349.40 $349.40 $321.40 $293.26 $325.00 $475.00 $2.00 $20.82 $200.00 $375.00 $500.00 $379.40 $616.37

Kevin David David Charles Charles Charles Matthew Don Judson Lynnette Lynnette William John John John Lynnette David David Charles Charlice Charles Roland Lynnette Joshua Charlice Lynnette

Cooke Casas Casas Martin Martin Martin Dollar Parsons Hill Riley Riley Heath Smith Smith Smith Riley Casas Casas Martin Byrd Martin Walker Riley Clark Byrd Riley

66

Expenditure Reimbursement End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Reimbursement Reimbursement Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Credit Card Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure

Chance Brown Marriott Hotels Marriott New Orleans MARRIOTT NEW ORLEANS WINDSOR COURT HOTEL AIRTRAN AIRWAYS SMITH SMITH Chance DELTA AIRLINES American Legislative Exchange Council Sheraton New Orleans American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Hyatt Hotels Grand American Legislative American Legislative Exchange Council Chance ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Chase American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Riley Delta American Legislative Exchange Council Hilton Netherland FD American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Counsel American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC

ALEC Reimbursement - hotel, transportation Reimburse travel expenses ALEC ALEC Conference expenses Lodging at ALEC meeting lodging at ALEC meeting HOTEL ACCOMENDATIONS ALEC CONFERENCE AIRLINE TICKETS ALEC CONFERENCE AIRLINE TICKETS ALEC CONFERENCE HOTEL ACCOMENDATIONS ALEC CONFERENCE ALEC Reimbursement - airfare to MSY flight to New Orleans for ALEC meeting Registration fees for conference Lodging for ALEC annual meeting in New Orleans Registration for ALEC annual meeting Conference conference registration Meeting registration fee American Legislative meeting lodging ALEC -Annual Conference 6/01 Fees Reimbursement for ALEC ALEC Registration fee annual conference fees Legislative Conference Conference Fee Fundraiser and ALEC Conference Fees lodging deposit 2011 Covention Registration fees ALEC - May and August 2011 Conference Fees and Airfare ALEC flight DC Conference fees Alec conference legislative summit fees 2 year membership conference registration Membership Fee to attend legislative meetings Registration for spring meeting

08/08/11 08/08/11 08/07/11 08/06/11 08/05/11 08/02/11 08/02/11 08/02/11 08/02/11 07/16/11 07/15/11 07/15/11 07/15/11 07/15/11 07/14/11 07/08/11 07/07/11 06/21/11 06/17/11 06/16/11 06/16/11 06/07/11 06/07/11 06/06/11 06/03/11 06/03/11 05/31/11 05/31/11 05/15/11 05/10/11 05/04/11 05/01/11 04/27/11 04/21/11 04/06/11 04/05/11 03/28/11 03/28/11

$247.79 $342.74 $772.63 $419.58 $419.58 $960.00 $161.00 $161.00 $960.00 $233.40 $230.42 $499.00 $336.00 $575.00 $575.00 $500.00 $575.00 $294.00 $575.00 $475.00 $475.00 $625.00 $475.00 $475.00 $234.19 $1,280.97 $150.00 $475.00 $898.50 $448.80 $475.00 $23.00 $150.00 $100.00 $150.00 $100.00 $100.00 $150.00

Ronald J. Charlice David David John John John John Ronald David David Don Don Edward Lawrence Donald Lawrence Richard Ben Ronald Charles Paulette Stephen George George Lawrence Lawrence Lynnette Earl Charlice Charlice Paulette Robert Michael Cecil Judson Jan

Chance Hill Byrd Casas Casas Smith Smith Smith Smith Chance Casas Casas Parsons Parsons Rynders O'Neal Balfour O'Neal Jeffares Harbin Chance Martin Braddock Gooch Brockway Brockway O'Neal O'Neal Riley Ehrhart Byrd Byrd Braddock Dickey Dudgeon Staton Hill Jones

67

End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Reimbursement Reimbursement Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Reimbursement Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure

American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC (American Legislative Exchange ALEC Chance Horne ALEC ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) ALEC Americcan Legislature Exchange Council (ALEC) American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Lindsey SMITH ALEC GA Scholarship Fund Hyatt Hotels Grand WA. THE HAY-ADAMS Hyatt Hotel Grand Washington DC DELTA AIRLINES SMITH ALEC AIRTRAN AIRWAYS American Legislative Exchange Council AirTran Airways

Annual meeting registration Membership Dues Membership Fees for legislative meeting registration Conference fees Fees Membership renewal membership Membership dues Dues Reimbursement for ALEC Reimbursement for ALEC dues dues Dues Membership Dues Membership Dues dues 2-yr Public Sector Membership Annual Dues; # 1082 Dues Dues DUES Dues Renewal of membership for official purposes Lodging Reimbursement for American Legislative Conference HOTEL ACCOMENDATIONS FOR ALEC CONFERENCE Fund for Various House amp; Senate Members (GA) ALEC conference HOTEL ACCOMENDATIONS FOR ALEC CONFERENCE Lodging for American Legislative Conference airefare to attend American Legislative Exchange Council meeting ALEC CONFERENCE AIRPLANE TICKETS AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL ALEC CONFERENCE AIRPLANE TICKETS registration fee Roundtrip airfare to the ALEC States & Nation Policy Summit

03/26/11 03/13/11 03/08/11 02/25/11 02/23/11 02/14/11 02/10/11 02/10/11 02/09/11 02/08/11 02/05/11 02/04/11 02/01/11 01/31/11 01/30/11 01/28/11 01/28/11 01/27/11 01/27/11 01/27/11 01/27/11 01/27/11 01/27/11 01/15/11 12/30/10 12/16/10 12/14/10 12/05/10 12/04/10 12/02/10 12/01/10 11/30/10 11/30/10 11/29/10 11/25/10 11/17/10

$150.00 $100.00 $150.00 $100.00 $250.00 $100.00 $100.00 $200.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $200.00 $100.00 $1,068.67 $1,221.63 $1,000.00 $924.03 $1,221.63 $1,068.67 $474.80 $240.40 $475.00 $240.40 $375.00 $438.80

William John Chip Judson Charlice Michael Donald Barbara Mitch Jimmy Ronald William Howard Henry Franklin Amos R. Brett Charles Douglas James John Katie Jan Edward John

Hamrick Yates Rogers Hill Byrd Dudgeon Balfour Sims Seabaugh Pruett Chance Horne Maxwell Huckaby Ginn Amerson Channell Harrell Martin Collins Shaw Meadows Dempsey Jones Lindsey Smith

Charlice John Edward Lawrence John John John Lawrence Kevin

Byrd Smith Lindsey O'Neal Smith Smith Smith O'Neal Cooke

68

Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Reimbursement Reimbursement End Recipient Reimbursement End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure

Travelocity American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council AirTran Airways American Legislative Exchange Council Martin Byrd American Legislative Exchange Council Amburn Marriott Marriott Hotel Hyatt Hotels Manchester Grand Hyatt American Legislative Exchange Council Martin Embassy Suites American Legislative Exchange Council Martin Delta Airlines U S Airways US Airways American Express American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American legislative Exchange Council AirTran Airways ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council Radisson Hotel American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Delta Air Lines American Legislative Exchange Council

Hotel for ALEC States & Nation Policy Summit Registration for 2010 States & Nation Policy Summit Conference Fee Registration for aide for the States & Nation Policy Summit Registration Air Fare - ALEC conference Conference fees ALEC, SLC conference reimbursments reimburse personal expense for ALEC airfare conference expense Lodging for ALEC lodging for ALEC Lodging for ALEC Housing - ALEC conference Hotel for ALEC ALEC conference fee ALEC cab fare for entire trip. Detail receipts available. Lodging for ALEC Conference ALEC Conference All dining expenses for ALEC. Detailed receipts available. Airfare for ALEC and SLC conferences Air fare to ALEC Conference Airfare and Expenses for ALEC Coference in San Diego American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting in San Diego 6/16 Fees 6/17 Fees Registration fee for ALEC annual meeting airfare for ALEC conference Legislative Conference conference expense Lodging for ALEC conference 2/25 Conference fee Legislative Organization (ALEC) dues Airfare ALEC Membership dues Flight to Austin, Tx for ALEC conference (American Legislative Exchange Council) Lodging for ALEC policy summit

11/16/10 11/10/10 11/10/10 11/10/10 11/09/10 10/09/10 10/05/10 09/30/10 09/22/10 09/16/10 08/30/10 08/25/10 08/10/10 08/08/10 08/08/10 08/08/10 08/08/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/05/10 08/04/10 07/26/10 07/26/10 07/16/10 07/14/10 07/14/10 07/06/10 06/29/10 06/17/10 04/30/10 03/29/10 03/22/10 03/22/10 03/22/10 03/05/10

$575.02 $375.00 $375.00 $400.00 $375.00 $201.40 $150.00 $3,629.26 $319.40 $375.00 $2,258.25 $2,258.25 $844.89 $894.77 $989.36 $410.00 $104.00 $941.20 $960.00 $156.00 $979.20 $913.60 $1,126.30 $510.00 $100.00 $510.00 $610.00 $319.40 $410.00 $410.00 $210.68 $450.00 $100.00 $177.40 $201.54

Kevin Kevin Sam Kevin Joshua Charlice George Charles Charlice Charlice David David David Charlice Charles Charles Charles Joshua Joshua Charles Charles Joshua George Jack Ben Ben Don Charlice Chip Charlice Matthew John Don Jeff Jeff

Cooke Cooke Teasley Cooke Clark Byrd Brockway Martin Byrd Byrd Ralston Ralston Ralston Byrd Martin Martin Martin Clark Clark Martin Martin Clark Brockway Murphy Harbin Harbin Parsons Byrd Rogers Byrd Dollar Graves Parsons May May

End Recipient End Recipient

Delta Grand Hyatt

03/01/10 01/22/10

$259.40 $713.38

Matthew William

Dollar Hamrick

69

End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Credit Card Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Credit Card Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Credit Card End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure

AirTran Graves ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council Alamo Rental Car Delta Airlines ALEC Housing American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) American Legislative Exchange American Express American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange ouncil FIA Card Services American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Conference Memphis Marriott Downtown Hotel American Express American Legislative Exchange Council Hunter American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Housing Airtran Airways Capital One Bank American Legislative Exchange ALEC ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council Millar ALEC

11/19 Air Travel, DC ALEC conferenc Taxi Cabs and coffee at ALEC Winter Dues Meeting Registration ALEC Conference Travel Travel / ALEC States and Nation Policy Conference Housing for legislative meetings conference fees Legislative Event ALEC Higher Education Academy, San Antonio, TX 9/2527, 2009 Expenses membership fee Registration fees for conference for campaign Dues Registration for annual meeting. Lodging for ALEC, 4 nights. ANNUAL MEETIN IN ATLANTA Registration for Annual Conference legislative trip to ALEC meeting legislative trip to ALEC meeting Fees for legislative conference for campaign Conference Registration Fees Lodging for American Legislative Exhange Meeting ALEC Registration, USPS, Fundraiser expenses 5/13-ALEC Conference ALEC administration Convention Convention Conference expense Conference Hotel ALEC Meeting Airfare to Memphis - American Legislative Exchange Meeting Conference Hotel ALEC Meeting Conference ALEC yearly dues Dues Membership Expense ALEC, Event,DPT,Champion Newspaper, GAE dues

12/22/09 12/22/09 12/14/09 12/03/09 12/01/09 12/01/09 11/09/09 10/30/09 10/23/09 10/07/09 10/02/09 09/29/09 08/05/09 07/24/09 07/17/09 07/13/09 07/07/09 07/01/09 07/01/09 07/01/09 06/17/09 06/16/09 06/15/09 06/08/09 05/18/09 05/17/09 05/17/09 05/13/09 05/12/09 05/12/09 05/12/09 05/07/09 03/16/09 03/14/09 03/12/09 03/07/09 02/05/09

$1,134.60 $86.66 $100.00 $450.00 $115.00 $150.00 $296.56 $350.00 $350.00 $234.34 $100.00 $350.00 $100.00 $475.00 $668.55 $375.00 $475.00 $375.00 $375.00 $475.00 $825.00 $113.37 $1,760.80 $375.00 $1,000.00 $375.00 $275.00 $375.00 $258.75 $190.70 $258.75 $375.00 $100.00 $200.00 $200.00 $1,061.00 $200.00

John John Lillian William Roland Roland Judson Barry Chip J. William Judson Katie David Charles Harry Jerry Howard Howard Judson David Jack J. John Earl Jimmy Jimmy Charlice Tommie Jack Tommie Tommie Jan Richard John Fran Robert

Graves Graves Houston Hamrick Walker Walker Hill Loudermilk Rogers Hill Hamrick Hill Dempsey Casas Martin Geisinger Keen Maxwell Maxwell Hill Shafer Murphy Hill Graves Ehrhart Pruett Pruett Byrd Williams Murphy Williams Williams Jones Smith Butler Millar Lane

70

Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Credit Card

American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines Inc. Graves Enterprise Rent a Car American Legislative Exchange Council FIA Card Services

Membership Renewal ALEC Membership Renewal dues Council Dues dues 11/18 ALEC Winter Conference 11/18 ALEC Winter Conference 11/18 ALEC Winter Conference 12/06 ALEC Winter Conference 12/06 ALEC Winter Conference Travel expenses-ALEC conf/Biennial American Legislative Exchange Council States and Nation Policy Summit 11/13 Legislative conference fee travel to ALEC seminar Rental Car for ALEC task force meeting (American Legislative Exchange Council) Conference housing expense ALEC Winter Summit Conference Fee Hotel accommodations for ALEC conference in Chicago Travel to ALEC Annual Meeting Lodging - ALEC Annual Meeting Rental Car for ALEC Annual Meeting Meal at ALEC Annual Meeting Hotel for ALEC legislative conference Mileage reimbursement to ALEC Conference in Chicago, IL. Daily parking at ALEC Conference in Chicago, IL. Registration fees for ALEC Conference at Chicago, IL. Lodging for ALEC Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL ALEC Conference ALEC Convention fee Air travel for American Legislative Exchange Committee conference (ALEC) in Chicago Lodging; on route to ALEC Annual Conference Reimbursement for Cab fares while attending ALEC conference Lodging - ALEC Conference Deposit for ALEC Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL Legislative Assistant Air travel to ALEC conference in Chicago

01/26/09 01/19/09 01/17/09 01/15/09 01/13/09 01/08/09 01/08/09 01/08/09 01/08/09 01/08/09 12/26/08 12/08/08 12/01/08 11/25/08

$200.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $149.00 $149.00 $149.00 $15.00 $15.00 $232.79 $248.00 $300.00 $1,027.00

Carlton Cecil Howard Charles R. John John John John John John Roland John Wendell

Rogers Staton Maxwell Martin Channell Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Graves Walker Graves Willard

End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure

Budget Rent A Car American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council The Westin Delta Airlines Inc. Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers Enterprise Car Rental Levy Restaurant Sheraton Hotel CASAS EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL AMERICAN LEGISLATIVE EXCHANGE COUNCIL Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers The Drake American Legislative Exchange Council

11/16/08 10/15/08 10/08/08 09/29/08 08/29/08 08/29/08 08/29/08 08/29/08 08/22/08 08/10/08 08/04/08 08/04/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/01/08

$253.82 $302.28 $300.00 $501.00 $491.00 $793.65 $372.31 $60.00 $289.89 $905.00 $240.00 $570.00 $854.92 $832.81 $475.00

Matthew Charlice Charlice Joseph Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Jan David David David Jerry R. Jan

Dollar Byrd Byrd Burkhalter Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson Jones Casas Casas Casas Keen Channell Jones

Expenditure End Recipient Reimbursement End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure

Delta FAIRFIELD INN Parsons American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Housing Delta

07/31/08 07/29/08 07/28/08 07/21/08 07/15/08 07/08/08

$237.00 $155.44 $96.00 $315.04 $280.42 $272.00

Joseph David Don Glenn Jerry Joseph

Burkhalter Casas Parsons Richardson Keen Burkhalter

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End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure

American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC Housing

Conference registration Membership Dues membership fees Convention Rental Car for American Legislative Exchange Conference (ALEC) Academy Conference Registration Annual Meeting Registration Airfare to Salt Lake City, ALEC School Choice Academy Spring ALEC Expenses-Con Airline Ticket ALEC Convention American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Lodging-ALEC Spring Conf. Registration fee Membership dues ALEC Academy ALEC Academy Lodging at ALEC School Choice Academy in Atlanta. Lodging/ALEC Convention Hotel for trip for ALEC Legislative Meeting Overnight lodging while on route to ALEC convention. Registration fees for Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Pay for hotel parking at ALEC conference in Philadelphia, Penn. Dues Lodging for ALEC Annual Meeting Parking expense while attending ALEC Conference Airline Ticket for trip to Boston for ALEC Lodging for ALEC Annual Meeting 1 night Printing for materials for ALEC & NCHL presentations. Printing for materials for ALEC & NCHL presentations. Meals and Lodging Alec Conference Conference fees Mileage reimbursement to ALEC conference in Philadelphia, PA @ 0.448 per mile. Dues for 2007-2010

07/07/08 07/03/08 07/02/08 06/23/08

$100.00 $375.00 $100.00 $268.88

John Glenn Chip Allen

Graves Richardson Pearson Freeman

End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Credit Card End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Deferred Payment End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Credit Card Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure

Avis American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC DELTA AIRLINES Graves American Legislature ALEC Capitol One Bank Embassy Suites Hotel American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Pelican Grand Hotel Pelican Grand Hotel WESTIN HOTEL Marriott - Residence Inn Boston Park Plaza Hotel American Legislative Country Inn and Suites ALEC American Express ALEC Philadelphia Marriott Dwntown Courtyard Marriott, Philadelphia Delta Airlines SHERATON PARK RIDGE KINKOS KINKOS Graves American Legislative Exchange Council

06/22/08 06/16/08 06/15/08 06/14/08 06/13/08 06/13/08 05/22/08 05/22/08 05/18/08 05/12/08 01/27/08 10/22/07 10/22/07 09/14/07 08/24/07 08/10/07 08/05/07 08/03/07 08/03/07 08/02/07 08/01/07 07/31/07 07/29/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/24/07 07/17/07 07/05/07

$350.62 $475.00 $375.00 $443.00 $48.26 $375.00 $375.00 $375.00 $143.64 $375.00 $100.00 $231.99 $231.99 $389.19 $1,222.50 $839.81 $600.00 $115.24 $500.00 $201.25 $100.00 $1,312.15 $201.25 $270.80 $154.84 $119.04 $159.00 $798.25 $450.00

Matthew Jerry William David John Allen Tommie Tommie John Judson James Matthew Matthew David Barry Allen Edward David David Don Charles David Don Allen David David David John Judson

Dollar Keen Hamrick Casas Graves Freeman Williams Williams Graves Hill Scott Dollar Dollar Casas Fleming Freeman Rynders Casas Casas Parsons Martin Casas Parsons Freeman Casas Casas Casas Graves Hill

Reimbursement End Recipient

CASAS American Legislative Exchange Caucus

07/02/07 06/27/07

$295.48 $200.00

David Edward

Casas Lindsey

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Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Deferred Payment Expenditure Expenditure

American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Marriott Hotel Hilton Head Marriott Hotel Hilton Head Hudgens Delta Atlanta

Membership membership expense-renewal 2 year term American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) conference American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) conference Reimbursement for ALEC dues and GOP Convention Travel Expenses for ALEC Event REIMBURSE TRAVEL, ACCOMODATIONS AND MEAL EXPENSES FOR ALEC LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE Lodging at ALEC Spring Taskforce Summit. travel expenses to ALEC Spring Task Force Summit. mileage reimbursement for travel to ALEC Spring Task Force Summit at federal government published rate of 0.445 cents a mile. ALEC Task Force Meeting Registration fees for Spring Taskforce Summit. Registration fees for conference Membership dues Meeting Registration dues membership dues ALEC Membership - Two Year Term membership fees dues membership dues Conference (fees, hotel, airfare) to be reimbursed American Legislative Exchange Council Conference registration reimbursement Dues for ALEC - Washington, DC Delta flight-ATL to NYC for ALEC Delta Flight-NYC to ATL for ALEC Membership Fee conference fee Lodging for American Legislative Exchange Council conference CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION ALEC Membership 2006-2007 alec travel meal expense alec lodging

06/22/07 06/20/07 06/08/07 06/08/07 05/24/07 05/24/07

$1,000.00 $100.00 $252.40 $252.40 $460.00 $654.43

Ronald John Matthew Matthew Ralph Barry

Forster Butler Dollar Dollar Hudgens Fleming

Reimbursement End Recipient End Recipient

BURKHALTER MARRIOTT HILTON HEAD MARRIOTT HILTON HEAD

05/11/07 04/30/07 04/29/07

$1,059.37 $587.44 $439.45

Joseph David David

Burkhalter Casas Casas

End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure Expenditure

CASAS Marriott Hotels ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Burkhalter FIA Card Services FIA Card Services FIA Card Services American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Marriott San Francisco, California ALEC C/O RON FORSTER American Legislative Exchange Council Annabelle's San Francisco Marriott

04/29/07 04/29/07 03/20/07 03/19/07 03/07/07 03/01/07 02/26/07 02/24/07 02/14/07 02/05/07 01/30/07 01/22/07 12/09/06 12/07/06 12/06/06 12/06/06 12/06/06 11/29/06 10/16/06 08/16/06 08/15/06 08/03/06 07/25/06 07/25/06

$295.85 $271.39 $575.00 $575.00 $100.00 $675.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $1,512.89 $175.00 $175.00 $538.54 $695.54 $600.00 $175.00 $476.84 $100.00 $100.00 $70.00 $772.21

David William David David David Barry Eugene Howard Cecil Barry R. Renee Barry Joseph Glenn Glenn Glenn Earl Judson Jerry John Leonard Mitch Mitch

Casas Hamrick Casas Casas Casas Fleming Maddox Maxwell Staton Loudermilk Channell Unterman Loudermilk Burkhalter Richardson Richardson Richardson Ehrhart Hill Keen Meadows Setzler Seabaugh Seabaugh

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Expenditure Credit Card Expenditure Credit Card End Recipient Reimbursement End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Credit Card Expenditure Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure End Recipient Expenditure Expenditure Credit Card

Holiday Inn Seaside American Express Marriott American Express American Legislative Exchange Council Dollar ALEC-American Legislative Exchange Council Bankcard Services SHERATON HOTEL Chicago Limo American Legislative Exchange Council United Airlines American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council Travelocity.com MBNA Delta Airlines Delta Airlines Coeur D Alene Resort American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Express ALEC American Express Company

reimbursed 10-6, ALEC Conference Lodging Parking expenses at ALEC conference in San Francisco, CA Expenses for 2006 ALEC Annual Meeting Rental of car for ALEC Conference in San Francisco ALEC Conference Reimbursement for ALEC conference Conference fee ALEC - Registration Lodging at ALEC School Choice Academy. Transportation at ALEC conference Seminar Expenses Airfare to ALEC School Choice Academy in Chicago Registration fee for meeting ALEC registration Travel ALEC Convention Travel -ALEC Convention ticket to the American Legislative Executive Conference ticket to the American Legislative Executive Conference Travel - ALEC Taskforce meeting Legislative meeting fee Membership dues Trip to ALEC Washington DC Lifetime Membership Registration Fee for Annual 2005 ALEC Meeting (Grapevine, TX)

07/24/06 07/23/06 07/19/06 07/18/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/13/06 06/12/06 06/04/06 06/04/06 05/31/06 05/25/06 05/22/06 05/16/06 05/14/06 05/14/06 05/09/06 05/09/06 04/24/06 03/09/06 02/07/06 01/26/06 01/20/06 07/18/05

$288.96 $204.58 $1,036.52 $300.00 $144.48 $144.48 $1,293.00 $375.00 $366.98 $169.00 $925.00 $578.61 $200.00 $650.00 $938.40 $938.40 $242.49 $242.49 $212.81 $325.00 $100.00 $1,912.48 $1,000.00 $450.00

Mitch Don Barry Don Matthew Matthew Jerry Glenn David David Barry David Judson Mitch Tommie Tommie Mitch Mitch David Judson David Ben Ronald Jerry

Seabaugh Parsons Fleming Parsons Dollar Dollar Keen Richardson Casas Casas Fleming Casas Hill Seabaugh Williams Williams Seabaugh Seabaugh Casas Hill Casas Harbin Forster Keen

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APPENDIX C: Georgias ALEC Scholarship Account Balance Sheets, 2006-2008 Below is a list of the undisclosed ALEC Scholarship Account. Data is only available 2006-2008, courtesy of CMD.1 Year 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 Entity UST Public Affairs Eli Lilly Novartis Bayer HealthCare Altria BP Corporation State Farm Insurance Georgia Electric Membership Corp. Georgia Hospital Association Allen Freeman Ben Harbin Calvin Hill Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Charlice Byrd Chip Rogers Chip Rogers David Casas Don Parsons Donna Sheldon Money In $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,500.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 Money Out

$1,289.93 $1,276.08 $425.00 $1,228.14 $375.57 $940.56 $1,422.20 $2,434.71 $2,314.25 $1,712.48 $1,364.56 $1,458.00 $1,710.72 $740.00 $1,069.33 $1,656.64 $1,140.12 $1,595.00 $1,655.29 $1,289.72 $1,696.06 $375.00 $326.30 $300.00 $1,183.76 $1,216.00 $2,443.27
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2008 Ed Lindsey 2008 J. Calvin Hill 2008 J.C. Hill 2008 Jack Murphy 2008 Jack Murphy 2008 Jack Murphy 2008 Jim Cole 2008 Jim Cole 2008 John Lunsford 2008 John Wiles 2008 John Wiles 2008 John Wiles 2008 John Wiles 2008 Judith Manning 2008 Judson Hill 2008 Judson Hill
1

CMD, Dec. 2012

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Judson Hill Larry O'Neal Len Walker Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Martin Scott Martin Scott Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Matt Dollar

$1,622.24 $1,564.67 $1,107.76 $2,221.25 $1,090.89 $1,455.29 $981.62 $1,432.06 $2,509.30 $520.00 $420.00 $1,850.84 $1,066.00 $705.67 $1,509.00 $245.93 $1,325.63 $1,623.29 $500.23 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,500.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $1,768.00 $1,563.00 $1,462.00
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2008 Renee Unterman 2008 Ron Forster 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 Tom Graves Tom Graves Tom Rice Vance Smith Michael M. Kumpf AGL Resources Alltel Corporation American Chemistry Council Cancer Treatment Centers of America Comcast McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP UST Public Affairs Eli Lilly Bayer HealthCare BP Corporation Pfizer State Farm Insurance Company UPS Foundation Crown Cork Georgia Electric Membership Corporation Georgia Hospital Association Novartis Barry Fleming Barry Loudermilk

2007 Charlice Byrd

2007 Chip Rogers 2007 Chip Rogers 2007 Chip Rogers 2007 Chuck Martin 2007 David Casas 2007 David Casas 2007 Don Parsons 2007 Doug Collins 2007 Ed Setzler 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 Gene Maddox J. C. Hill J. C. Hill James Milles Jan Jones Jim Cole John Wiles John Wiles Judson Hill

$1,277.00 $318.00 $1,643.00 $710.00 $332.00 $2,102.00 $1,851.00 $2,009.00 $2,069.00 $1,660.00 $1,035.46 $311.00 $1,329.00 $1,954.00 $905.00 $1,326.00 $1,259.00 $880.00 $1,242.00 $1,020.00 $1,383.00 $1,774.00 $1,168.00 $2,121.00 $221.00 $1,410.00 $1,451.00 $1,792.00 $1,240.00 $1,559.00 $1,706.00 $1,384.00 $1,915.00 $1,789.00 $1,492.00
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2007 Judson Hill 2007 Judy Manning 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 Len Walker Mark Butler Martin Scott Martin Scott Martin Scott Matt Dollar Mike Jacobs Ralph Hudgens

2007 Rene Unterman 2007 Rene Unterman 2007 Ron Forster 2007 Tom Graves 2007 Tom Graves 2007 Tom Rice 2007 Tom Rice

2007 Tommie Williams 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 Vance Smith Vance Smith AGL Resources Alltel Corporation Alltel Corporation GCJ Consulting Georgia Chamber of Commerce Omnilink Systems Solvay Pharmaceuticals Verizon Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of Georgia Eli Lilly ACC Capital Holdings Corporation BP Corporation Cingular Wireless Pfizer Inc UPS Foundation Assurant Health Foundation GA Hospital Association Georgia Electric Membership 2006 Corporation 2006 Novartis Corporation 2006 State Farm Insurance 2006 Crown Cork & Seal Company 2006 Barry Fleming 2006 Barry Loudermilk 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 Ben Harbin Bill Heath Charlice Byrd Chip Rogers Chuck Martin David Casas Don Balfour Don Parsons Don Parsons

$1,828.00 $1,007.00 $1,557.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 $1,518.00 $987.68 $2,270.00 $679.00 $305.00 $801.00 $1,881.00 $757.00 $1,536.00 $227.00 $1,945.00 $1,636.00 $987.68 $887.00 $1,905.00
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2006 Donna Sheldon 2006 Edward Lindsey 2006 Eric Johnson 2006 James Whitehead

2006 James Whitehead 2006 Jay Shaw 2006 JC Hill 2006 2006 2006 2006 JC Hill Jeff Lewis Jeff May Jerry Keen

$520.00 $1,920.00 $321.00 $1,079.00 $1,915.00 $1,879.00 $1,327.00 $1,908.00 $2,100.00 $1,842.00 $1,000.00 $1,988.00 $2,252.00 $1,618.00 $1,307.00 $856.00 $1,255.00 $1,638.00 $1,039.00 $47.00 $1,087.00 $678.00 $200.48 $1,737.00 $715.00 $328.00 $742.00 $148.00 $102.00 $2,026.00 $665.00 $1,716.00

2006 John Lunsford 2006 John Wiles 2006 Johnny Grant 2006 Judson Hill 2006 Judson Hill 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 Judy Manning Larry O'Neal Larry ONeal Mark Burkhalter Mark Butler

2006 Mark Butler 2006 Matt Dollar 2006 Matt Dollar 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 Matt Dollar Melvin Everson Melvin Everson Renee Unterman Ron Forster Ron Forster Ronald Forster Ronald Forster Tom Graves

2006 Tom Rice 2006 Vance Smith 2006 Vance Smith

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APPENDIX D: ALEC Related Lobbyist Expenditures The following data is via the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission lobbyist expenditure data available at ]link]. Not all categories are displayed below due to special constraints. Entities with expenditures are/were not necessarily ALEC members.
Date 05/03/13 05/02/13 05/02/13 11/28/12 07/28/12 07/28/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 Association UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION MATHEWS & MAXWELL, INC. AT&T COMCAST CONNECTSOUTH INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHEMISTRY COUNCIL GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION POName Josh Clark Jack Murphy Steve Gooch Judson Hill Butch Parrish and spouse Butch Parrish and Spouse Amount $12.00 $48.00 $48.00 $6.67 $139.80 $93.53 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 B. and Mrs. Parrish B. and Mrs. Parrish M. and Mrs. Channell M. and Mrs. Channell $50.04 $841.14 $50.04 $1,121.52 $57.00 meal meal cab fare Pro rata share of dinner Dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of dinner. Pro-rata share of group dinner dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of Georgia ALEC delegation dinner Pro-Rata Share of Group Dinner Lunch 25.02 each 3 night lodging ALEC Conference Lunch 25.02 each 4 night lodging ALEC Conference Pro-rata cost of group dinner $57.00 is the pro rata share was derived as follows: Each Sponsor cost $189.00 divided by 40 setting/attendees equals $4.75 per Sponsor cost per attendee. $4.75 per Sponsor per attendee cost times 12 legislators & spouces/children subject to disclosure = Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner pro-rata share of group dinner {rp-rata share of group dinner 80 Description

07/27/12

GLAXO SMITH KLINE

$57.00

07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12

HALL, BOOTH SMITH, P.C. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE LLP PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND MANUFACTURERS OF AMERICA (PHRMA) SCANA

$57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $(57.00)

07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/27/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/26/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12

SCANA SCANA T-MOBILE USA, INC. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE AT&T AT&T AT&T GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE LLP MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE LLP MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE LLP THE WEATHER CHANNEL LLC AT&T AT&T AT&T COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Kevin Cooke Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Kevin Cooke Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Kevin Cooke B. and Mrs. Parrish B. and Mrs. Parrish M. and Mrs. Channell M. and Mrs. Channell Representative Delvis Dutton Representative Josh Clark Representative Kevin Cooke Mark Hamilton Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Kevin Cooke Bruce Williamson & spouse Bruce Williamson & spouse Delvis Dutton Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Josh Clark Kevin Cooke Kevin Cooke Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Bruce Williamson Bruce Williamson

$57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $57.00 $18.42 $18.42 $18.42 $20.72 $20.72 $20.72 $20.72 $20.72 $20.72 $33.64 $110.72 $33.64 $110.72 $20.72 $20.72 $20.72 $58.74 $3.90 $3.90 $3.90 $(39.00) $39.00 $19.50 $79.01 $19.50 $79.01 $19.50 $79.01 $19.50 $79.01 $(20.62) $20.62

{rp-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Lunch 16.82 each Dinner 55.36 each Lunch 16.82 each Dinner 55.36 each Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Refreshment Refreshment Refreshment Transportation to dinner Transportation to dinner Transportation to dinner Pro-rata share of dinner Transportation to dinner Pro-rata share of dinner Transportation to dinner Pro-rata share of dinner Transportation to dinner Pro-rata share of dinner Van transportation at ALEC Convention Van transportation at ALEC Convention 81

07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 07/25/12 05/11/12 05/10/12 05/10/12 05/10/12 05/10/12 05/10/12 05/10/12 02/16/12 02/16/12 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 12/01/11 11/30/11 11/30/11

CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC CONNECTSOUTH INC GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY AGL RESOURCES AT&T AT&T COMCAST COMCAST DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC REED ELSEVIER REED ELSEVIER SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY COMCAST COMCAST

Delvis Dutton Josh Clark Josh Clark Kevin Cooke Kevin Cooke Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Butch Parrish and wife Mickey Channell B. and Mrs. Parrish B. and Mrs. Parrish M. and Mrs. Channell M. and Mrs. Channell M. and Mrs. Channell Don Parsons Buzz Brockway Calvin Hill Chuck Martin Judson Hill Lynne Riley Mike Dudgeon Lynn Riley Steve Davis Chip Rogers Chuck Martin and guest

$79.01 $20.62 $79.01 $20.62 $79.01 $20.62 $79.01 $62.88 $62.88 $37.72 $62.88 $14.02 $37.72 $62.88 $10.70 $83.21 $83.21 $83.21 $83.21 $83.21 $83.21 $25.00 $25.00 $99.09 $264.05 $99.09 $35.64 $99.09 $99.09

Food & Bev -Dinner at ALEC Conference Van transportation at ALEC Convention Food & Bev. -Dinner at ALEC Conference. Van transportation at ALEC Convention Food & Bev. -Dinner at ALEC Conference. Van transportation at ALEC Convention Food & Bev. -Dinner at ALEC Conference. Dinner Dinner Lunch 18.86 each Dinner 31.44 each Refreshments 7.01 each Lunch 18.86 each Dinner 31.44 each Drink Dinner Meal Dinner Meal Dinner Meal Dinner Meal Dinner Meal Dinner Meal AFPGA Day at the Capitol lunch w/ ALEC. AFPGA Day at the Capitol lunch w/ ALEC. Pro-rata share of group dinner Golf & Refreshments Pro Rata Share - Dinner Snacks and beverages Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner food/beverage ALEC Georgia State Night Dinner Pro rata Share of Dinner Lunch Lunch 82

Representative Chuck Martin

$8.00 $99.09 $99.09

Calvin Hill Charlie Bethel & spouse

$17.98 $35.96

11/30/11 11/30/11 11/30/11 08/08/11 08/06/11 08/06/11 08/06/11 08/06/11 08/06/11 08/06/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11

COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST AMERIGROUP MCGUIRE WOODS CONSULTING MCGUIRE WOODS CONSULTING SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY ABBOTT LABORATORIES ADVANTAGE CAPITAL PARTNERS ADVANTAGE CAPITAL PARTNERS AMERICAN COALITION FOR CLEAN COAL ELECTRICITY AMERIGROUP APOLLO GROUP, INC. AT&T CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC CONNECT SOUTH DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Chip Rogers Lynne Riley Mark Hamilton and spouse Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Senator Gooch Ben Harbin Kip Smith Rick Jeffaries Steven Gooch

$17.98 $17.98 $161.64 $108.00 $4.23 $22.00 $14.40 $14.40 $14.40 $14.40 $154.54

Lunch Lunch Dinner Dinner at Commander's Palace - ALEC lunch for Rep. Ben Harbin during ALEC conference in New Orleans. Refreshments for Sen. Gooch during ALCE in New Orleans. Beverages Beverages Beverages Beverages Pro-rata share of group dinner dinner lunch Pro-rata share of group dinner Dinner at Clancy's - ALEC Pro-rata share of group dinner. Pro-rata share of group dinner ALEC Conference Brunch Brunch Brunch Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Dinner - pro rata share lunch lunch lunch group dinner Lunch Pro-rata share of dinner for GA delegation to 2011 ALEC Conference Lunch 83

Ben Harbin Don Balfour

$22.85 $15.03 $154.54

Ben Harbin

$94.22 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54

Katie Dempsey Larry O'Neal & Spouse Steve Gooch

$27.50 $55.00 $27.50 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54

David Ralston Hayley Youn Spiro Amburn

$26.33 $26.33 $26.33 $154.54

Don Balfour

$11.88 $154.54

Ben Harbin

$21.46

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GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHEMISTRY COUNCIL GEORGIA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GLAXO SMITH KLINE HUGHES PUBLIC AFFAIRS KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MCGUIRE WOODS CONSULTING MCGUIRE WOODS CONSULTING MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE,

Ben Harbin

$26.00 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54

Refreshments Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of dinner cost. Georgia night dinner Meal Refreshment Lunch pro-rata share of group dinner Legislative Discussion Legislative Discussion Legislative Discussion ALEC Conference meal - lunch meal - lunch beverage Pro-rata share of group dinner Dinner ProRata Tour in New Orleans for ALEC pro-rated share of group dinner Dinner for attendees at the ALEC conference in NOLA Pro rata share of lunch Food and beverages Food and beverages Pro rata share of "State Night" dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Lunch Lunch Lunch 84

Don Balfour Josh Clark R. Unterman and spouse, Phil Coker

$14.15 $9.25 $68.04 $154.54

Katie Dempsey Larry O'Neal and Wife Steve Gooch

$46.15 $92.30 $46.15 $154.54

Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Fran Millar

$19.05 $19.05 $4.99 $154.54 $154.54

Don Balfour

$50.00 $154.54 $154.54

Ben Harbin Hayley Yaun Spiro Amburn

$16.77 $13.00 $13.00 $154.54 $(154.54) $154.54

Ben Harbin Chuck Martin Rick Jeffares

$9.14 $9.14 $9.14

LLP. 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/05/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 08/04/11 MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MELVIN WEAVER CONSULTING, LLC MELVIN WEAVER CONSULTING, LLC METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER REED ELSEVIER SANOFI-AVENTIS SATELLITE BROADCASTING & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION C/O MULTISTATE ASSOCIATES SCANA SCANA SWEDISH MATCH NORTH AMERICA, INC. SWEDISH MATCH NORTH AMERICA, INC. SWEDISH MATCH NORTH AMERICA, INC. T-MOBILE USA, INC. VOICES FOR GEORGIA'S CHILDREN AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. Bruce Williamson Bruce Williamson Fran Millar David Ralston & Staff Steve Gooch Don Balfour $9.14 $13.60 $154.54 Katie Dempsey Larry O'Neal Steve Gooch $23.08 $23.08 $23.08 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54 $154.54 $78.99 $154.00 $(32.22) $32.22 $32.22 $154.54 $20.00 Barbara Sims Barbara Sims Katie Dempsey Katie Dempsey Kip Smith Lynne Riley Lynne Riley Barbara Sims Katie Dempsey Kip Smith Kip Smith Lynne Riley Josh Clark Steve Gooch Barbara Sims ben harbin $9.00 $32.00 $9.00 $32.00 $64.00 $9.00 $32.00 $32.23 $32.23 $32.23 $32.23 $32.23 $35.00 $50.00 $32.23 $15.81 Lunch meal Pro-rata share of group dinner lunch lunch lunch dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Dinner for Georgia delegation at ALEC Breakfast GA Delegation for 2011 ALEC Conference Lunch Expense Lunch Expense Lunch Expense Pro-rata share of Group dinner. group dinner Cab Dinner Cab Dinner Dinner (with spouse) Cab Dinner Meal. Meal. Meal. Meal for spouse, Caroline Smith. Meal. Beverage Beverage pro rata share meal pro rata share meal 85

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FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY

Chuck Martin Katie Dempsey Kip Smith and Spouse Lynne Riley Rick Jeffares Steve Gooch Don Balfour Steve Gooch Larry O'Neal Barbara Sims Katie Dempsey Rep. Larry O'Neal and Kathy O'Neal Ben Harbin Speaker's Staff Ben Harbin Ben Harbin

$15.81 $32.23 $64.46 $32.23 $15.81 $15.81 $45.00 $45.00 $36.66 $29.16 $29.16 $53.75 $44.00 $17.14 $16.00 $44.00 $154.54

pro rata share meal pro rata share meal pro rata share meal for Rep and wife pro rata share meal pro rata share meal pro rata share meal Dinner Dinner golf Lunch Lunch Dinner Dinner. American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Refreshment Meal Pro-Rata Share of Group Dinner share of lunch Meal Legislative discussion Legislative discussion Legislative discussion Legislative discussion Legislative discussion Legislative Discussion meal - lunch meal - lunch Book meal - lunch meal - lunch Dinner w/Spouse 86

D. Ralston Rep. and Mrs. K. Smith Bruce Williamson and Wife Bruce Williamson and Wife Chuck Martin Josh Clark Mark Hamilton Pauline Braddock and Husband Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Josh Clark Lynn Riley Mark Hamilton Charlice Byrd

$12.70 $51.72 $(79.99) $79.99 $39.99 $39.99 $39.99 $79.99 $10.00 $10.00 $26.11 $10.00 $10.00 $71.13

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GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MELVIN WEAVER CONSULTING, LLC MELVIN WEAVER CONSULTING, LLC MELVIN WEAVER CONSULTING, LLC METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER SCANA SELECT MANAGEMENT RESOURCES, LLC. SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY THE HUDSON GROUP, LLC THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA

David Ralston Kip Smith Kip Smith Larry O'Neal Bruce Williamson and spouse Bruce Williamson and spouse Chuck Martin Josh Clark Mark Hamilton Paulette Braddock and spouse Barbara Sims Katie Dempsey Larry O'Neal and spouse Bruce Williams Chuck Martin David Casas Fran Millar Josh Clark Mark Hamilton Paulette Braddock Larry O'Neal

$50.68 $58.00 $170.00 $43.11 $(69.32) $69.32 $34.66 $34.66 $34.66 $69.32 $21.00 $21.00 $53.90 $57.77 $57.77 $34.54 $34.54 $57.77 $57.77 $57.77 $36.66 $300.00

Lunch including, Staff - Spiro Amburn, Hayley Yaun, and Security Detail Breakfast w/Spouse Tour w/Spouse at ALEC Dinner w/Spouse Pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner meal meal meals dinner dinner lunch lunch dinner dinner dinner Golf Reception Beverage Dinner Dinner during ALEC meeting Refreshments Dinner. Lunch for Senator & spouse. Refreshments Dinner 87

Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Elena Parent Don Balfour Don Balfour Renee Unterman Steve Gooch Steve Gooch

$8.75 $39.99 $50.00 $15.75 $62.40 $34.71 $10.75 $62.40

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THOMPSON VICTORY GROUP TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES WILLIAMS COMPANIES AMERIGROUP AMERIGROUP AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T CLEAN ENERGY FUELS COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC COMMONWEALTH GROUP PARTNERS, LLC CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION CSX TRANSPORTATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Larry O'Neal David Ralston Hayley Yaun Spiro Amburn David Ralston David Ralston David Ralston Hayley Yaun Hayley Yaun Hayley Yaun Spiro Amburn Spiro Amburn Spiro Amburn Barbara Sims Katie Dempsey Barbara Sims Josh Clark Katie Dempsey Kip Smith Larry O'Neal Mark Hamilton Don Parsons Josh Clark Ronnie Chance Ben Harbin Chuck Martin Rennee Unterman and spouse Rick Jeffares Rick Jeffares State Representative Steve Gooch Barbara Barbara Sims Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Josh Clark

$36.66 $14.00 $14.00 $14.00 $(31.36) $24.64 $31.36 $(31.36) $24.64 $31.36 $(31.36) $24.64 $31.36 $8.60 $8.60 $47.60 $47.60 $47.60 $95.19 $190.39 $3.50 $68.75 $45.00 $45.00 $15.80 $15.80 $70.11 $15.80 $70.11 $52.62 $15.80 $6.50 $47.60 $13.00 $15.33 $18.20 $6.50

N/A entertainment entertainment entertainment Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Dinner at ALEC Napoleon House at ALEC Napoleon House at ALEC Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner (with spouse) Dinner (with spouse) Refreshment food and beverage Beverage Beverage lunch during ALEC Conference lunch during ALEC Conference dinner during ALEC Conference lunch during ALEC Conference dinner during ALEC conference dinner during ALEC Conference lunch during ALEC Conference American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Dinner Refreshments American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Lunch American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting 88

08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11 08/03/11

GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC.

Josh Clark Josh Clark Katie Dempsey Katie Dempsey Kip Smith Kip Smith Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal R. Unterman and spouse, Phil Coker Rep. and Mrs. B. Williamson Sen. and Mrs. R. Jeffares and Mother in Law Ben Harbin Bill Heath Calvin Hill Carl Rogers Charlice Byrd Chuck Martin David Casas Don Balfour Don Balfour Kip Smith Mark Hamilton Steve Gooch Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Fran Millar Renee Unterman Bill Heath & Spouse Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd & Spouse David Casas Don Balfour Steve Gooch Mark Hamilton

$8.00 $47.60 $6.50 $47.60 $6.50 $95.19 $6.50 $190.39 $89.26 $89.26 $133.89 $10.00 $78.00 $39.00 $39.00 $78.00 $23.78 $39.00 $23.78 $39.00 $28.00 $10.00 $39.00 $9.13 $18.33 $45.09 $45.09 $75.82 $37.91 $75.82 $37.91 $37.91 $37.91 $23.05

Dinner Dinner American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Dinner American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Dinner(with Spouse) American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting Dinner(with Spouse) Dinner Dinner Dinner Refreshments Dinner w/Spouse Dinner Dinner Dinner w/Spouse Lunch Dinner Lunch Dinner Cab Fare at ALEC Refreshments Dinner Food and beverage at conference Pro rata share of lunch Lunch Lunch dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner Dinner for Representative 89

Hamilton 08/03/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/29/11 04/28/11 04/28/11 04/28/11 03/31/11 02/25/11 12/13/10 12/09/10 12/03/10 12/03/10 12/03/10 12/03/10 12/03/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 SPRINT TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST REED ELSEVIER REED ELSEVIER REED ELSEVIER GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHEMISTRY COUNCIL GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION PIEDMONT PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LLC REED ELSEVIER THE HUDSON GROUP, LLC THE HUDSON GROUP, LLC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DIRECTV, INC. C/O MULTISTATE ASSOCIATES E. Lindsey and Zack Lindsey Ben Harbin ALEC Georgia Legislative Delegation Ben Harbin Mark Butler Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and Spouse Edward Lindsey and Son Judson Hill & Spouse Kip Smith Mark Butler Tom Rice and Spouse Vance Smith Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Buzz Brockway Calvin Hill & spouse Charlice Byrd & spouse Don Parsons Jack Murphy Josh Clark Josh Clark Mike Dudgeon Paulette Braddock Ga Rep. Calvin Hill Ga Sen. Chip Rogers State Sen. Jack Murphy $7.65 $88.05 $88.05 $176.11 $176.11 $88.05 $88.05 $4.00 $88.05 $88.05 $88.05 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $936.00 $152.90 $77.06 $349.70 $8.00 $8.00 $50.19 $100.38 $100.38 $100.38 $50.19 $50.19 $100.38 $50.19 $1,858.40 Beverage Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Beverage Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner - ALEC Spring Task Force meeting Dinner - ALEC Spring Task Force meeting Dinner - ALEC Spring Task Force meeting Contribution toward travel expenses for Members attending ALEC Contribution toward travel expenses for Members attending ALEC Sponsorship of ALEC reception Delegation dinner during the ALEC winter meeting. Dinner transportation Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC food and beverage food and beverage Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Reception for Georgia Delegation members attending the 2010 ALEC States and 90

Nation Policy Summit in Washington, D.C. 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/02/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 12/01/10 GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS THOMPSON VICTORY GROUP THOMPSON VICTORY GROUP DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS NOVO NORDISK NOVO NORDISK NOVO NORDISK NOVO NORDISK NOVO NORDISK Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and spouse Ed Lindsey and son Judson Hill and spouse Kip Smith Mark Butler Tom Rice and Spouse Vance Smith Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Ed Setzler Ben Harbin Mark Butler Ben Harbin Mark Butler Ben Harbin Mark Butler Ben Harbin Calvin Hill and Spouse Charlice Byrd and Spouse Edward Lindsey Mark Butler $52.56 $105.12 $105.12 $105.12 $52.56 $52.56 $105.12 $52.56 $18.02 $18.02 $18.02 $16.00 $16.00 $11.37 $11.37 $8.80 $8.80 $99.55 $199.10 $199.10 $99.55 $99.55 food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage food and beverage meal meal meal Lunch Lunch Refreshments Refreshments food and beverage food and beverage Dinner during ALEC meeting. Dinner during ALEC meeting. Dinner during ALEC meeting. Dinner during ALEC meeting. Dinner during ALEC meeting. Reception honoring the Georgia Legislative Delegation attending the 2010 ALEC States and Nation Policy Summit Legislative Luncheon for new members of the Gwinnett Delegation Luncheon for new Gwinnett Delegation legislators. Refreshments Lunch Dinner & refreshments Golf & greens fees. DINNER 91

12/01/10

THE HOME DEPOT UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA (GEORGIA GWINNETT COLLEGE) UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA (GEORGIA GWINNETT COLLEGE) GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION AT&T AT&T AT&T GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION

$2,992.05

12/01/10 12/01/10 08/08/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10

Buzz Brockway Buzz Brockway M. Channell David Ralston David Ralston David Ralston DAVID RALSTON & SON

$51.20 $51.20 $28.00 $15.00 $23.37 $249.00 $69.96

08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/07/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10

GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED AT&T CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CENTENE CORP. CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS COMCAST COMCAST DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC

KIP SMITH MATT DOLLAR MICKEY CHANNELL & SPOUSE C. Channell C. Channell D. Ralston K. Smith M. Channell M. Channell M. Dollar Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd Jack Murphy Mark Hamilton Ben Harbin David Casas & Spouse Judson Hill David Ralston Ben Harbin

$34.98 $34.98 $69.96 $34.98 $37.28 $34.98 $34.98 $34.98 $37.28 $34.98 $36.33 $40.25 $40.25 $40.25 $197.54 $312.84 $156.42 $38.56 $47.27 $138.35 $138.35 $138.35

DINNER DINNER DINNER Dinner Lunch Dinner Dinner Dinner Lunch Dinner Meal with spouse. cost per person cost per person with spouse. cost per person Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Refreshments Dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of Group dinner Breakfast Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia State Night Dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor 92

Jack Murphy

$31.10 $138.35

Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton & Spouse Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & Spouse Renee Unterman

$18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19

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DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC EISAI, INC. GEORGIA 360 LLC GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHEMISTRY COUNCIL GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon &Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton & Spouse Matt Dollar Mickey Channel & Spouse Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Staff LEN WALKER

$138.35 $138.35 $95.70 $165.00 $138.35 $357.04 $367.00 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $138.35 C. Channell M. Channell $33.51 $33.51 $138.35 $138.35 Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon and Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton and Wife $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38

Pro-Rata Share of Group Dinner Pro-Rata Share of Group Dinner Tickets to Play GOLF DINNER Pro-rata share of group dinner pro-rata share of delegation dinner at ALEC annual meeting Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Tour of San Diego Harbor Pro-rata share of group dinner Lunch Lunch pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor 93

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GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POULTRY FEDERATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS

Matt Dollar Mickey Channel and Spouse Renee Unterman

$18.19 $18.19 $18.19 $357.04 $138.35

Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Tour of San Deigo Harbor Ga Nite dinner Pro-rata share of group dinner Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments Lunch, Refreshments and Golf Dinner ProRata Tour of San Diego harbor Food & Beverage Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor 94

Chuck Martin Donna Sheldon Jack Murphy Len Walker Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton & Spouse Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & Spouse Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton & spouse Matt Dollar

$10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $165.00 $138.35 $18.19 $59.79 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19

AFFILIATES 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MASSEY & BOWERS, LLC. MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Buzz Brockway Calvin Hill Charles Martin Charlice Byrd David Casas David Ralston Don Parsons Don Parsons Donna Sheldon Donna Sheldon Jack Murphy Jack Murphy Josh Clark Judson Hill Kip Smith Kip Smith Len Walker Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & spouse Renee Unterman $36.38 $18.19 $138.35 $138.35 $18.19 $138.35 $138.35 $138.35 $135.35 $138.35 $135.35 $138.35 $18.19 $135.35 $36.38 $135.35 $18.19 $135.35 $138.35 $135.35 $18.19 $135.35 $135.35 $36.38 $135.35 $18.19 $135.35 Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC for various Georgia Legislators Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Habor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Harbor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner 95

AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/06/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING W.L.CLIFTON POLITICAL CONSULTING CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Renee Unterman Renee Unterman Tom Rice $36.38 $135.35 $18.19 $135.35 $135.35 $138.35 $138.35 $138.35 Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Mark Hamilton & spouse Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & spouse Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd Charlice Byrd Jack Murphy Jack Murphy Jack Murphy Kip Smith Lynn Smith Lynn Smith Matt Dollar Matt Dollar $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $36.38 $18.19 $63.01 $63.01 $63.01 $63.01 $19.03 $63.01 $63.01 $19.03 $63.01 $63.01 $63.01 $63.01 Tour of San Diego Habor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Tour of San Diego Habor ALEC Annual Meeting dinner ALEC Annual Meeting dinner Pro rata share of group dinner. pro-rata share of group dinner Pro-rata share of Group dinner Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Tour of San Diego harbor Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA ALEC Dinner Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA ALEC Dinner Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA 96

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CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. COMCAST COMCAST DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Mickey Channell & spouse David Ralston Chuck Martin Mark Hamilton and spouse Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd & Spouse Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & Spouse Renee Unterman CHUCK MARTIN DON PARSONS LEN WALKER & SPOUSE Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd & Spouse Donna Sheldon & Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & Spouse B. Harbin C. Byrd J. Murphy K. Smith M. Channell M. Dollar

$63.01 $63.01 $38.06 $35.10 $42.52 $107.03 $18.27 $30.43 $36.54 $30.43 $36.54 $18.27 $18.27 $18.27 $36.54 $30.43 $48.07 $48.07 $96.14 $21.75 $43.50 $43.50 $21.75 $21.75 $21.75 $43.50 $20.76 $20.76 $20.76 $20.76 $20.76 $20.76

Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA Dinner at Oestra at ALEC event in San Diego, CA ALEC Dinner Meal. Lunch Dinner Dinner Lunch Dinner Lunch Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Lunch DINNER DINNER DINNER Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner group dinner group dinner group dinner group dinner group dinner group dinner 97

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GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA POWER GEORGIA POWER GEORGIA POWER GEORGIA POWER GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS

Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and Spouse Don Parsons Donna Sheldon and Spouse Donna Sheldon and Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Mickey Channel and Spouse Renee Unterman

$18.27 $38.41 $36.54 $38.41 $36.54 $76.82 $18.27 $18.27 $18.27 $36.54 $38.41 $138.35

Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal - Pro rata share Dinner and Refreshments ProRata Refreshments Dinner and Refreshments ProRata Dinner and Refreshments w/guest ProRata Zoo Tickets and Lunch for Bob Sheldon (Spouse of Donna Sheldon) Transportation to luncheon in La Jolla Transportation to luncheon in La Jolla Transportation to luncheon in La Jolla Transportation to luncheon in La Jolla ALEC Dinner ALEC Dinner ALEC Dinner 98

Chuck Martin Don Parsons Don Parsons Lenn Walker Donna Sheldon Ben Harbin Don Parsons Donna Sheldon & Spouse Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd & spouse Donna Sheldon

$48.07 $10.10 $48.07 $96.14 $73.90 $60.00 $60.00 $120.00 $60.00 $19.03 $38.06 $(19.03)

ASSOCIATION 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 08/05/10 GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA TRIAL LAWYERS ASSOCIATION KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. NOVO NORDISK INC. T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY Donna Sheldon Donna Sheldon & spouse Matt Dollar Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and spouse Donna Sheldon and spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Michey Channell and spouse Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd Donna Sheldon Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Mickey Channell Renee Unterman Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd & Spouse Donna Sheldon & Spouse Jack Murphy Kip Smith Matt Dollar Mickey Channell & Spouse Mark Hamilton and Spouse Rep. David Ralston $19.03 $38.06 $19.03 $18.27 $36.54 $36.54 $18.27 $18.27 $18.27 $36.54 $38.06 $38.06 $38.06 $38.06 $38.06 $38.06 $43.41 $38.06 $21.75 $43.50 $43.50 $21.75 $21.75 $21.75 $43.50 $107.03 $36.00 ALEC Dinner ALEC Dinner ALEC Dinner Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC Pro-rata share of dinner at ALEC ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Dinner. dinner 99

08/04/10 08/04/10 08/04/10

MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA MILLERCOORS

Ben Harbin Don Parsons Renee Unterman

$58.06 $63.06 $58.06

04/23/10

$374.40

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GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA COMCAST CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAVITA, INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BEVERAGE

$13.00 $1,896.05 $319.78 $960.63 Don Balfour Donna Sheldon Calvin Hill and Spouse Chip Rogers and spouse Don Balfour Donna Sheldon Judson Hill and Spouse Preston Smith Tom Graves Tom Rice $40.40 $16.00 $106.30 $106.30 $53.15 $53.15 $106.30 $53.15 $53.15 $53.15 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $300.00

ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA ALEC Annual Meeting - San Diego, CA Meal for Georgia Delegation to American Legislative Exhange Council Spring Task Force Summit meeting in St. Louis, MO. meal meal meal prorata share of meal Meal meal Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting Dinner during ALEC meeting reception pro-rata share of group reception Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia delegation reception Reception for GA ALEC Delegation $63 pro-rate share pro-rata share of sponsorship amount for Georgia Delegation Reception Pro-rata share of sponsorship at the ALEC Georgia Delegation Reception. sponsorship of ALEC Georgia Delegation reception Reception (pro rata share) Pro rata share of reception pro-rata share of group dinner 100

ASSOCIATION 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 07/17/09 GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHEMISTRY COUNCIL GEORGIA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY INSTITUTE OF SCRAP RECYCLING INDUSTRIES JL MORGAN COMPANY, INC. JM FAMILY ENTERPRISES, INC. JOHNSON & JOHNSON KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES MCGUIRE WOODS CONSULTING MILLERCOORS NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORP. NOVARTIS NOVARTIS PHARMACEITICALS CORPORATION OGLETHORPE POWER CORPORATION OGLETHORPE POWER CORPORATION PFIZER INC. PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE REED ELSEVIER SANOFI AVENTIS T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY THE FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONAL CHOICE INC. (DBA: THE FRIEDMAN FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONAL CHOICE) THE HOME DEPOT $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $300.00 $63.00 $63.00 $50.00 $300.00 $300.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00 $63.00

during ALEC Reception Pro-rata share of reception for GA ALEC delegation at the ALEC annual meeting Pro rata share of reception Pro-Rata Share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Reception Pro-rata share of Reception pro-rata share - reception with spouses Dinner ProRata pro-rata share - reception with spouses Delegation reception, pro rata share American Legislative Exchange Council Georgia Delegation Reception ALEC Georgia Delegation Reception Pro-rata share on Georgia Night reception Pro rata share of reception Reception-pro-rata share Pro-rata share for reception RECEPTION Food & Beverage Travel/Parking Registration Reception for Georgia Delegation (Pro-rata share) reception Georgia Legislative Delegation Reception - pro rata - ALEC Conference pro-rata share of sponsorship amount for Georgia Delegation Reception Pro-rata share of reception. pro rata share of reception expenses $63.00 Pro-rata share of reception. ALEC Georgia Delegation Reception 101

07/17/09

$300.00

07/17/09

$300.00

07/17/09 07/17/09 07/16/09 07/16/09 07/15/09 07/15/09 07/15/09 07/14/09 06/16/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 05/01/09 12/06/08 12/06/08 12/05/08 12/05/08

WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WYETH KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES AT&T KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES KOCH COMPANIES PUBLIC SECTOR, LLC AND ITS AFFILIATES UPS MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. AND IT AFFILIATES GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED PIEDMONT PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LLC SEARLES CONSULTING, INC. SEARLES CONSULTING, INC. SEARLES CONSULTING, INC. UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER AUTHORITY THE COCO-COLA COMPANY AT&T GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION Jim Cole

$63.00 $63.00 $52.00 $1,381.77 $63.00 Chuck Martin Don Balfour $28.00 $28.00 $63.00 $500.00 $194.67 Chip Rogers Jack Murphy John Wiles John Wiles Judson Hill Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Renee Unterman Tom Graves & Spouse Matt Dollar Chip Rogers John Wiles Judson Hill Chip Rogers Don Balfour $30.00 $83.44 $17.43 $30.00 $17.43 $17.43 $83.44 $17.43 $166.88 $159.40 $10.86 $8.53 $8.53 $54.00 $280.00 $289.00 $481.28 $288.77

Pro-rata share of reception pro-rata share of sponsorship amount for Georgia Delegation Reception ALEC Night at Braves game Reception Pro rata share reception Reception for ALEC attendees Reception for ALEC attendees Georgia Nite reception at ALEC - pro-rata share Reception Dinner Taxi Dinner Lunch Taxi Lunch Lunch Dinner Lunch Dinner Concert Tickets Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage GSU Promotional Item Two SEC Football ticktes Pro rata share of dinner during American Legislative Exchange Council annual meeting ALEC Georgia Delegation pro-rata share dinner, all members invited Group dinner 102

12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08 12/05/08

GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED REED ELSEVIER REED ELSEVIER REED ELSEVIER THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC.

Charlice Byrd & Spouse Tom Graves Georgia Delegation Dinner Rep. Martin Scott Reps. Charlice Byrd

$81.16 $40.58 $288.77 $11.00 $11.00 $288.77

Beverage Beverage ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner - pro rata Marriott Hotel Restaurant pro rata Marriott Hotel Restaurant pro rata Dinner, pro rata share Group dinner - The Palm, Washington, DC - 12 sponsors split expenditure. Reportable attendees ($288 pp) : Senator Don Balfour; Rep. Mark Butler; Rep. Charlie Byrd (and spouse); Rep. Mark Hamilton (and spouse); Rep. Calvin Hill (and spouse); Senator Judso meals - pro-rata share Dinner meal Taxi Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Taxi Food & Beverage American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) December meeting dinner pro rata share of delegation meal Georgia Delegation Dinner at ALEC Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois dinner boat trip dinner dinner at ALEC Meal Refreshments Refreshments Lunch Refreshments Refreshments 103

12/05/08

UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC.

$481.28

12/05/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/04/08 12/01/08 09/01/08 08/12/08 08/06/08 08/06/08 08/04/08 08/04/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08

VERIZON WIRELESS GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED WYETH DELTA AIR LINES, INC. COMPUCREDIT GEORGIA BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION METRO ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE AFLAC AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T

$288.77 D. Balfour Charlice Byrd & Spouse Charlice Byrd & Spouse Mark Hamilton & Spouse Tom Graves Tom Graves $116.24 $140.61 $7.50 $303.68 $303.68 $3.75 $151.84 $481.29 $140.61 $140.61 $140.61 $650.00 $140.61 $140.61 Matt Dollar Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal $38.00 $(9.00) $9.00 $10.00 $(9.00) $9.00

08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/02/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08

AT&T AT&T DISH NETWORK, LLC C/O MULTI DISH NETWORK, LLC C/O MULTI FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GEORGIA POWER COMPANY THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES AFLAC AGL RESOURCES AT&T AT&T BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST

Vance Smith Vance Smith Chip Rogers and spouse Judson Hill and spouse Jerry Keen Vance Smith Allen Freeman Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Vance Smith

$(9.00) $9.00 $24.75 $49.50 $9.34 $9.34 $11.26 $31.91 $31.91 $31.91 $27.25 $140.61 $140.61

Refreshments Refreshments Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Breakfast Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Meal dinner - pro rata expense Refreshments ALEC Georgia Delegation pro-rata share dinner, all members invited drinks and snacks drinks and snacks Tour Tour Refreshments Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Baseball tickets Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Baseball tickets Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Baseball tickets Transportation to lunch/game 104

Allen Freeman

$17.30 $468.71

Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Chip Rogers Judson Hill Allen Freeman Chip Rogers & spouse Chip Rogers & spouse Chip Rogers & spouse David Casas & family David Casas & family David Casas family Jack Murphy Jack Murphy John Wiles John Wiles & spouse John Wiles & spouse Judson Hill & spouse

$13.48 $13.48 $9.34 $9.34 $6.25 $40.00 $54.28 $72.00 $60.00 $81.42 $180.00 $20.00 $27.14 $40.00 $54.28 $72.00 $40.00

08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08

COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DELTA AIR LINES, INC. DELTA AIR LINES, INC. ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE ASSOCIATION FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CAPITOL GROUP GEORGIA CAPITOL GROUP GEORGIA CAPITOL GROUP

Judson Hill & spouse Judson Hill & spouse Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Martin Scott & family Martin Scott & family Martin Scott & family Judson Hill and Spouse

$54.28 $72.00 $27.14 $20.00 $27.14 $36.00 $60.00 $81.42 $144.00 $140.61 $54.00 $140.61

Lunch Baseball tickets Lunch Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Baseball ticket Transportation to lunch/game Lunch Baseball tickets State Night Dinner (pro-rata) Food and beverage Food and beverage for ALEC Georgia Delegation and other participants American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Georgia Delegation dinner in Chicago, Illinois golf outing golf outing Refreshments pro rata share sponsorship Ga Night dinner for Georgia Delegation to ALEC Refreshments Food and Beverage Golf Golf Golf Golf Golf Golf Refreshments Dinner Pro rata share of dinner. Tickets to Second City show, Chicago Tickets to Second City Theatre Tickets to Second City Theatre 105

08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08

$140.61 Larry O'Neal Mark Burkhalter Allen Freeman $156.00 $156.00 $5.00 $468.72 Vance Smith Chip Rogers Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Mark Burkhalter Mark Burkhalter Mark Burkhalter Vance Smith $4.00 $52.50 $(25.00) $25.00 $156.00 $(25.00) $25.00 $156.00 $15.00 $140.61 ALEC Georgia Delegation Chip Rogers Mark Butler Matt Dollar $140.61 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00

08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08

GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC. PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC. PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC. PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC. REED ELSEVIER SCANA SOLVAY PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. SWEDISH MATCH NORTH AMERICA, INC. T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES

$140.61 $468.71 $140.61 Larry O'Neal Mark Butler Matt Dollar Chip Rogers & Spouse Chip Rogers & Spouse Chip Rogers & Spouse Chip Rogers and Spouse Donna Sheldon & Spouse Glenn Richardson Jack Murphy Judson Hill & Spouse $65.00 $170.00 $170.00 $39.30 $60.52 $466.66 $45.65 $466.66 $233.33 $233.33 $60.52 $140.61 Chip Rogers $119.62

ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia delegation dinner Dinner Lunch w/Spouse Baseball Tickets Baseball Tickets Food & Beverage Beverage Suite for Chicago Cubs game Dinner Suite for Chicago Cubs game Suite for Chicago Cubs game Suite for Chicago Cubs game Beverage Dinner for Georgia Delegation during ALEC conference Food & Beverage provided to Senator and Spouse during baseball game at ALEC Mtg. Food & Beverage provided for Representative and Spouse during baseball game at ALEC Mtg. Food & Beverage provided to Speaker and Guest during baseball game at ALEC Mtg. Food & Beverage during Baseball Game at ALEC Mtg. Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Annual Meeting - pro rata Reception Dinner sponsorship for ALEC Georgia Delegation pro rata share of sponsorship of ALEC Ga night for Ga legislative delegation Pro-rata share of dinner Refreshments Dinner (Georgia Night), prorata share Refreshments Refreshments 106

08/01/08

Donna Sheldon

$119.62

08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08

Glenn Richardson Jack Murphy Georgia Delegation - ALEC Dinner

$119.62 $59.81 $140.61 $468.71 $140.61 $468.72 $140.61

Vance Smith

$7.50 $140.61

Jerry Keen Vance Smith

$6.00 $6.00

08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 08/01/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08

TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES VERIZON WIRELESS WASTE MANAGEMENT WYETH AT&T AT&T CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA COMCAST COMCAST DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC Don Parsons Mark Hamilton Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers John wiles John wiles John Wiles John Wiles Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Ross Tolleson Ross Tolleson Ross Tolleson Ross Tolleson David Casas and spouse Martin Scott & spouse Allen Freeman Cathy Barnette Clelia Davis

$140.61 $140.61 $140.61 $140.61 $68.76 $34.38 $(87.50) $7.10 $20.00 $50.00 $87.50 $87.50 $150.00 $(20.00) $20.00 $20.00 $50.00 $20.00 $22.72 $50.00 $80.95 $20.00 $22.72 $50.00 $80.95 $86.00 $86.00 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80

Dinner meals - pro-rata share Meals pro-rata share Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia delegation dinner in Chicago, Illinois Dinner Dinner Airfare Transportation to event Lunch Golf Airfare airfare Airfare Lunch Lunch dinner Golf Lunch Transportation to event Golf Dinner Lunch Transportation to event Golf Dinner Dinner (pro rata) Dinner (pro rata) Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL 107

07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08

DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA EMC GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

Gina McKinney Glenn Richarson Jack Murphy Jill Fike John Walraven Laura Goss Lindsey Napier Lindsey Thompson Mark Hamilton Vince Moony Don Parson Mark Hamilton Allen Freeman Glenn Richardson Vance Smith CHIP ROGERS & SPOUSE JERRY KEEN JERRY KEEN & SPOUSE JUDSON HILL & SPOUSE LARRY O'NEAL LARRY O'NEAL & SPOUSE MARK HAMILTON VANCE SMITH VANCE SMITH Don Parsons Mark Hamilton Don Parsons Mark Hamilton

$32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $32.80 $9.45 $9.45 $44.29 $26.89 $8.00 $64.28 $43.38 $64.28 $64.28 $43.38 $64.28 $43.38 $32.14 $43.38 $20.62 $20.62 $20.62 $20.62 $460.00

Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Dinner at Blue Water Grill in Chicago, IL Refreshments refreshments Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Beverage DINNER GOLF DINNER DINNER GOLF DINNER GOLF DINNER GOLF Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Pro-Rata Share of ALEC Dinner Dinner 108

Rep. D. Sheldon and Bob Sheldon

$42.62

07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/31/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08

GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP PIEDMONT PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LLC PIEDMONT PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LLC WASTE MANAGEMENT AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AT&T AT&T BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA COMCAST COMCAST

Rep. M. Butler Donna Sheldon Mark Butler Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Donna Sheldon Glenn Richardson Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Judson Hill Judson Hill Judson Hill Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'neal Larry O'Neal Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton Vance Smith Vance Smith Vance Smith Vance Smith Don Parsons and spouse Mark Hamilton David Casas Martin Scott Channell, Sheldon & Keen Mark Butler Allen Freeman Glenn Richardson Larry O'Neal David Casas & spouse Martin Scott

$21.31 $49.46 $24.73 $(38.07) $38.07 $76.14 $42.62 $336.00 $(38.07) $21.25 $38.07 $76.14 $127.48 $(38.07) $38.07 $76.14 $(38.07) $21.25 $38.07 $76.14 $127.48 $21.31 $21.25 $127.48 $(38.07) $21.25 $38.07 $127.48 $41.24 $20.62 $43.00 $43.00 $85.71 $43.83 $65.07 $115.15 $21.86 $44.89 $50.89

Dinner pro rata share - meal with spouse meal - pro rata share Dinner ProRata Dinner ProRata Dinner w/Spouse ProRata Dinner w/Spouse Baseball Tickets w/Guest Dinner ProRata Lunch & Refreshments Dinner ProRata Dinner w/Spouse ProRata Golf Dinner ProRata Dinner ProRata Dinner w/Spouse ProRata Dinner ProRata Lunch & Refreshments Dinner ProRata Dinner w/Spouse Prorata Golf Dinner Lunch & Refreshments Golf Dinner ProRata Lunch & Refreshments Dinner ProRata Golf Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Meal at Eno Chicago Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner & refreshments Dinner & refreshments 109

07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08

DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC ENTERPRISE LEASING COMPANY OF GEORGIA GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA ALLIANCE OF COMMUNITY HOSPITALS GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA BANKERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA EMC GEORGIA EMC GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS

Don Parsons Jill Fike Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Matt Dollar Ross Tolleson Vance Smith M.Burkhalter Don Parsons Mark Burkhalter Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Matt Dollar Ross Tolleson Vance Smith LARRY O'NEAL & SPOUSE LARRY O'NEAL & SPOUSE VANCE SMITH Larry O'Neal and spouse Rep. Larry O'Neal Rep. Larry O'Neal Don Parson and Spouse Mark Hamilton A. Freeman A. Freeman A. Freeman Rep. and Mrs. C. Hill Jack Murphy John Wiles

$88.50 $44.25 $88.50 $44.25 $88.50 $44.25 $44.25 $150.00 $89.20 $49.86 $44.60 $44.60 $44.60 $44.60 $44.60 $38.86 $43.72 $19.43 $43.72 $(21.86) $21.86 $20.62 $20.62 $20.00 $55.06 $135.00 $75.02 $52.00 $52.00

N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL for Representative Parsons and spouse N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL for Representative Butler and guest N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL for Representative Dollar and guest N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL N9NE Steakhouse in Chicago, IL golf Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage LUNCH DINNER LUNCH Pro Rate Share of Dinner Dinner Dinner Meal Meal CD Lunch Theatre Dinner meal meal - each - pro rata share 110

with spouse 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/30/08 07/29/08 05/23/08 05/17/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 05/16/08 GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY HUGHES PUBLIC AFFAIRS MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. AND IT AFFILIATES MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. AND IT AFFILIATES MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP. AND IT AFFILIATES THE COCA-COLA COMPANY VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS WASTE MANAGEMENT THE COCO-COLA COMPANY GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AT&T AT&T BP AMERICA GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION MILLER BREWING COMPANY NOVARTIS NOVARTIS NOVARTIS NOVARTIS NOVARTIS NOVARTIS PFIZER INC. PFIZER INC. PFIZER INC. PFIZER INC. PFIZER INC. Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Jimy Pruett Martin Scott Matt Dollar Tom Graves Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Jimmy Pruett Martin Scott Matt Dollar Judson Hill Don Parsons Mark Butler Mark Hamilton Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Ross Tolleson Vance Smith Chip Rogers Donna Sheldon Jerry Keen Mickey Channell Mickey Channell Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal and spouse Channell Earl Ehrhart $52.00 $82.70 $41.35 $41.35 $15.00 $41.35 $41.35 $41.35 $40.00 $30.93 $30.93 $30.93 $125.00 $(21.86) $21.86 $43.72 $10.00 $73.00 $179.27 Tom Graves $121.50 $61.28 $178.27 $178.27 $178.27 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 $55.19 pro-rata share - each- meal with spouse Dinner ProRata w/Spouse Dinner ProRata Dinner ProRata Refreshments Dinner ProRata Dinner ProRata Dinner ProRata Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Entertainment meal meal meals Lunch Dinner at American Legislative Exchange Council Meeting, Chicago, IL Georgia Night Dinner Golf Dinner dinner DINNER - PRO-RATA SHARE Pro rata share of dinner for Georgia ALEC delegation. Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner 111

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PFIZER INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY UPS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC WYETH CROWN CORK AND SEAL TITLEMAX TITLEMAX BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A/ AT&T GEORGIA ("AT&T GEORGIA")

Tom Graves

$55.19 $178.27 $178.27

Calvin Hill Calvin Hill Calvin Hill and spouse Charlice Byrd Charlice Byrd Charlice Byrd and spouse

$(15.00) $15.00 $30.00 $(15.00) $15.00 $30.00 $178.27 $178.27 $420.62 $793.39

Hot Springs/ALEC Georgia Night Dinner Pro rata share of American Legislative Exchange Council dinner, Little Rock, Arkansas pro-rata share for Georgia Nite dinner meal meal meals meal meal meals Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation sponsorship Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia delegation dinner ALEC Dinner attended by Georgia legislative delegation Sponsorship of GA State Night at American Legislative Exchange Council meeting. All GA legislators invited to attend. Business Meal Dinner House-Clavin Hill,Edward Lindsey,Len Walker,Mark Hamilton,Martin Scott,Matt Dollar,Tom Rice and spouse,Tom Graves and spouse,daughter Senate Judson Hill and son,John Wiles and spouse, Renee Unterman,Chip Rogers and spouse,daughter, Jack Murphy and daug Refreshments (pro-rata) Refreshments with spouse (pro-rata) Refreshments (pro-rata) ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner (Pro-rata share) Pro Rata share of sponsorship of dinner for all members of the Georgia legislative delegation attending the ALEC Winter meeting in Washington, D.C., which included 20 legislators and their invited guests. Pro-rata sponsorship of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner 112

Matt Dollar

$7.75 $211.60

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BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY

$211.60

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COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST

Ed Lindsey John Wiles Martin Scott

$9.00 $16.00 $9.00 $211.60

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COMPUCREDIT

$211.60

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DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC

$211.60

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GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA EMC GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY MILLER BREWING COMPANY

$211.60 $211.60 $211.60 $211.60 $211.60 $211.60 $211.60

Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Delegation Dinner Dinner meal - GA Night at ALEC Dinner ProRata Pro rata share of dinner for Georgia ALEC delegation GEORGIA NIGHT DINNER FOR LEGISLATORS ATTENDING THE ALEC WINTER MEETINGS IN WASHINGTON DC Reception and Dinner Share of dinner for Georgia delegation at ALEC Pro rata share of ALEC Delegation Dinner pro-rata share Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Dinner with spouse meal meal meal 113

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NOVARTIS

$211.60

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SCANA SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES VERIZON WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH COMCAST GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS Calvin Hill Chip Rogers, spouse, and daughter Edward Lindsey Jack Murphy and daughter John Wiles Judson Hill and son Len Walker Mark Hamilton Martin Scott Matt Dollar Renee Unterman Tom Graves, spouse, and daughter Tom Rice and spouse Mark Hamilton Chip Rogers Jack Murphy and guest Judson Hill

$211.60 $211.60 $793.39 $211.60 $2.82 $8.46 $2.82 $5.64 $2.82 $5.64 $2.82 $2.82 $2.82 $2.82 $2.82 $8.46 $5.64 $112.00 $15.00 $54.00 $54.00

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GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GLAXO SMITH KLINE GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. COMCAST GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP.

Martin Scott Tom Graves Tom Rice and spouse Chip Rogers Edward Lindsey John Wiles Martin Scott Martin Scott Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Tom Graves Chip Rogers & Spouse Edward Lindsey John Wiles Martin Scott Matt Dollar Tom Graves & Spouse Ron Forster Chip Rogers and spouse Jack Murphy and guest Rep Len Walker and spouse T. Graves and spouse Chip Rogers Edward Lindsey Jack Murphey Jack Murphy Len Walker Mark Hamilton Tom Graves Chip Rogers and spouse Jack Murphy and guest Len Walker and spouse Tom Graves and spouse

$15.00 $15.00 $54.00 $131.86 $65.93 $65.93 $25.70 $65.93 $25.70 $65.93 $131.86 $141.10 $70.55 $70.55 $70.55 $70.55 $141.10 $21.05 $50.49 $50.49 $40.00 $50.49 $100.98 $10.00 $10.00 $100.98 $100.98 $50.49 $100.98 $50.49 $50.49 $40.00 $50.49 $378.36

meal meal meal Dinner w/Spouse Dinner Dinner Refreshments Dinner Refreshments Dinner Dinner w/Spouse Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Breakfast meal meal meal meal Dinner w/Spouse Refreshments Refreshments Dinner w/Guest Dinner w/Spouse Lunch Dinner w/Spouse meal meal meal meal Share of dinner for the Georgia delegation at ALEC Breakfast Dinner during ALEC conference. 114

Chip Rogers Tommie Williams

$6.50 $11.72

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BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A/ AT&T GEORGIA ("AT&T GEORGIA") BP AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CHOICEPOINT, INC. COMCAST COMPUCREDIT CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA

$297.93 $143.00 Vance Smith $4.16 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 Barry Fleming Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd Chip Rogers David Casas Don Parsons Doug Collins Earl Ehrhart Ed Setzler Gene Maddox James Mills Jill Chambers John Wiles Judson Hill Larry O'Neal Mark Butler Mark Butler Martin Scott Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Mike Jacobs $3.38 $3.38 $29.00 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $29.00 $3.38 $3.38 $29.00 $3.38

ALEC Georgia Delegation dinner Pro rata share of dinner Transportation Georgia ALEC delegation dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner (pro-rata share) Dinner event sponsorship percentage Alec Ga Delegation Dinner Alec Ga Delegation Dinner Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner Alec GA Delegation Dinner Alec Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner Alec Ga Delegation Dinner Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner 115

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CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC

Ralph Hudgens Renee Unterman Ron Forster Ross Tolleson Tom Graves Tom Rice Vance Smith Barry Fleming and spouse Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and spouse Chip Rogers David Casas Don Parsons and spouse Doug Collins and spouse Earl Ehrhart Ed Setzler Gene Maddox and spouse James Mill Jill Chambers John Wiles and spouse Judson Hill Larry O'Neal and spouse Mark Butler Martin Scott and spouse Matt Dollar Mike Jacobs Ralph Hudgens Renee Unterman Ron Forster Ross Tolleson and

$3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $3.38 $6.78 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78

ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner Alec Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner Alec Ga Delegation Dinner ALEC GA Delegation Dinner ALEC Ga Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia 116

spouse 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC EL PASO CORPORATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. HLR SERVICE CORPORATION MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. Representative Ben Harbin Representative Larry O'Neal Representative Mark Burkhalter Representative Matt Dollar Representative Tom Graves Representative Vance Smith Senator Chip Rogers Senator Tommie Williams Chip Rogers John Wiles Chip Rogers Larry O'Neal Tom Graves Tommie Williams Vance Smith Tom Graves and spouse Tom Rice and spouse Vance Smith $6.78 $6.78 $3.39 $297.93 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $(297.93) $297.93 $297.93 $125.27 $13.83 $9.20 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $34.34 $35.00 $34.34 $34.34 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00

Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Representatives and Senators Dinner golf golf golf golf golf dinner Food & Drink Pro-rata share Pro-rata share Meal meal meal meal Dinner ProRata Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Pro rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner. ALEC Georgia State Delegation Dinner Dinner during the ALEC meeting Golf during ALEC conference Dinner during the ALEC meeting Dinner during the ALEC meeting Golf during ALEC conference Golf during ALEC conference Golf during ALEC conference Golf during ALEC conference 117

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MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MILLER BREWING COMPANY PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES UPS VERIZON VERIZON WIRELESS WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH Barry Fleming and spouse Ben Harbin Charlice Byrd and spouse Chip Rogers David Casas Don Parsons and spouse Doug Collins and spouse Earl Ehrhart Ed Setzler Gene Maddox and spouse James Mills Jill Chambers John Wiles and spouse Judson Hill Larry O'Neal and spouse Mark Butler Barry & Mrs. Fleming Chip Rogers Larry O'Neal Tom Graves Tommie Williams Vance Smith

$297.93 $297.93 $121.50 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $35.00 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $297.93 $6.78 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39 $6.78 $3.39

Dinner for the Georgia Delegation during the ALEC conference Prorata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner. museum Golf Golf Golf Golf Golf Pro-rata Share Dinner Pro rata share of ALEC GA Delegation Dinner Sponsor of ALEC Georgia Night Dinner in Philadelphia, PA. (pro-rata share) ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner pro-rata share of delgation dinner. UPS was one of many sponsors of the event meal Meals/ Pro-rata share Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia 118

Delegation Dinner 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/27/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 07/26/07 WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH WYETH AFLAC AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS BP AMERICA BP AMERICA BP AMERICA BP AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Martin Scott and spouse Matt Dollar Mike Jacobs Ralph Hudgens Renee Unterman Ron Forster Ross Tolleson and spouse Tom Graves and spouse Tom Rice and spouse Vance Smith Larry O'Neal Ben Harbin Mark Butler D. Parsons J. Parsons R. Hudgens S. Hudgens Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Jill Chambers Larry O'Neal Mark Butler Mark Butler Ross Tolleson Ross Tolleson Ross Tolleson Ben Harbin Mark Bulter Larry O'Neal Vance Smith $6.78 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $3.39 $6.78 $6.78 $6.78 $3.39 $28.00 $23.01 $23.01 $93.75 $93.75 $93.75 $93.75 $4.16 $41.00 $41.00 $4.16 $7.00 $41.00 $41.00 $8.16 $18.00 $44.00 $26.84 $26.84 $31.25 $31.25 Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Meal ALEC Dinner ALEC Dinner dinner dinner dinner dinner Transportation Dinner dinner Transportation Refreshments Dinner dinner Transportation Lunch Ticket Dinner Dinner golf golf 119

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GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GLAXO SMITH KLINE GLAXO SMITH KLINE MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE SCANA SCANA SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION TITLEMAX VERIZON

Ben Harbin Mark Butler Rep. and Mr. C. Byrd Rep. and Mrs. B. Fleming Rep. and Mrs. G. Maddox V. Smith

$26.83 $26.83 $118.04 $118.04 $118.04 $59.02 $125.07

Food & Drink Food & Drink Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner GA delegation dinner meal meal meal meal meal Golf ProRata Golf ProRata Food & Beverage dinner dinner Dinner during the ALEC meeting Dinner during the ALEC meeting American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council American Legislative Exchange Council lunch historic tour dinner dinner dinner dinner Golf Golf Entertainment Entertainment Business Meal meal 120

Ed Rynders and spouse Ed Setzler Martin Scott and Spouse Tom Graves Tom Graves Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Ross Tolleson & Spouse Renee Unterman Ron Forster Representative Ben Harbin Representative Mark Burkhalter Sen. Chip Rogers Sen. John Wiles Sen. Tommie Williams Barry & Mrs. Fleming Barry & Mrs. Fleming Barry & Mrs. Fleming Charlice & Mr.Byrd Jill Chambers Vance Smith Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Larry O'Neal Vance Smith James Mills Ed Rynders

$50.38 $50.38 $50.39 $6.49 $50.39 $31.25 $31.25 $199.42 $131.70 $131.70 $47.68 $47.68 $10.60 $10.60 $10.60 $17.60 $28.00 $139.94 $139.94 $69.92 $69.92 $31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $86.67 $50.38

07/26/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07

VERIZON CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST COMCAST DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC DAIICHI-SANKYO, INC GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA DENTAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA DENTAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES,

Martin Scott and Spouse Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Ross Tolleson Barry Fleming and family Barry Fleming and family Ron Forster Ron Forster Ross Tolleson and spouse Ross Tolleson and spouse Charlice Byrd and spouse Chip Rogers Doug Collins and spouse Ed Setzler Tom Graves and spouse John Wiles & Spouse Ralph Hudgens & Spouse Renee Unterman Tommie Williams Earl Ehrhart Earl Ehrhart Charlice Byrd Chip Rogers Doug Collins Ed Setzler Tom Graves Charlice Byrd & Spouse Chip Rogers Doug Collins & Spouse Ed Setzler Tom Graves &

$50.39 $20.00 $28.90 $15.00 $55.75 $108.00 $21.25 $36.00 $42.50 $72.00 $76.88 $38.44 $76.88 $38.44 $76.88 $46.30 $46.30 $46.30 $46.30 $194.74 $392.61 $15.00 $85.62 $42.81 $85.62 $42.81 $42.81 $78.94 $39.47 $78.94 $39.47 $78.94

meal Refreshments Dinner Lunch Dinner and refreshments Baseball Tickets Dinner and refreshments Baseball Ticket Dinner and refreshments Baseball Tickets Pro-rata share of dinner at Smith & Wollensky's Pro-rata share of dinner at Smith & Wollensky's Pro-rata share of dinner at Smith & Wollensky's Pro-rata share of dinner at Smith & Wollensky's Pro-rata share of dinner at Smith & Wollensky's dinner dinner dinner dinner Hotel room for one night at GDA Annual Meeting in Destin, FL Airfare to GDA Annual Meeting in Destin, FL meal - pro-rata Dinner w/Spouse Dinner Dinner w/Spouse Dinner Dinner Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage 121

INCORPORATED 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/25/07 07/24/07 07/23/07 05/04/07 GEORGIANS FOR BETTER TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA TITLEMAX TITLEMAX TITLEMAX TITLEMAX GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A/ AT&T GEORGIA ("AT&T GEORGIA") BP AMERICA PHILIP MORRIS USA INC., BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CLIENT SERVICES, INC. SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A/ AT&T GEORGIA ("AT&T GEORGIA") BP AMERICA COORS BREWING COMPANY COORS BREWING COMPANY COORS BREWING COMPANY GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION

Spouse James Mills Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Mark Butler Mark Butler John Wiles and Spouse Ralph Hudgens and Spouse Renee Unterman Tommie Williams Charlice Byrd Chip Rogers Ed Setzler Tom Graves Renee Unterman $16.00 $9.60 $9.60 $9.60 $9.60 $92.60 $92.60 $46.30 $46.30 $57.73 $57.73 $57.73 $57.73 $10.01 $297.93 $393.85 Georgia ALEC Delegation Lunch Meeting lunch lunch lunch lunch Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Business Meal Business Meal Business Meal Business Meal Transportation to ALEC event Schering's share of ALEC Georgia night dinner at National meeting Schering's share of ALEC Georgia night dinner at Spring Policy Meeting ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Dinner Deposit paid for lodging to the Hay Adams Hotel for the upcoming ALEC Conference, December 7, 2007, Washington, DC Dinner Dinner Food & Beverage ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner. dinner, pro rata share ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $393.84 Pro-rata share ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $108 Pro-rata share ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $393.84 Pro-rata share DINNER 122

05/02/07 05/02/07

$393.84 $256.95

05/01/07

$1,000.00

04/30/07 04/30/07 04/28/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07

$(393.84) $393.84 $46.82 $393.84 $108.00 $(393.84) $108.00 $393.84 $108.00

04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07 04/27/07

GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA RETAIL ASSOCIATION HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP. HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP. JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDCO HEALTH SOLUTIONS, INC. MEDCO HEALTH SOLUTIONS, INC. MEMORIAL HEALTH REED ELSEVIER SCANA SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION T-MOBILE USA, INC. UPS

$393.84 Donna Sheldon Larry O'Neal Renee Unterman $16.30 $8.15 $8.15 $393.84 $200.76 Bill Hamrick Bill Heath Calvin Hill Charlice Byrd Donna Sheldon Jan Jones Judson Hill Larry O'Neal Matt Dollar Renee Unterman Ron Foster $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $9.85 $108.00 $111.24 $108.35 $(108.00) $108.00 $108.35 ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $393.84 $108.00 $393.84 $108.00 $108.00 Charlice Byrd $115.00

Meal Refreshments (w/Spouse) Refreshments Refreshments Dinner ProRata Food & Beverage Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting Pro-rata share of meal at ALEC Meeting pro-rata share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner refreshments for legislators attending American Legislative Exchange Council meeting Dinner for 11 legislators. Dinner Dinner Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Dinner Pro-rata share of dinner golf $9.85 per legislator Charlice Byrd Matt Dollar Ron Forster Bill Hamrick Bill Heath Calvin Hill Judson Hill Jan Jones Donna Sheldon Larry O'Neal 123

04/27/07

UPS

$(384.00)

Renee Unterman

04/27/07

UPS

$108.00

04/27/07

UPS

$384.00

04/26/07 04/26/07 04/26/07 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06

GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A AT&T GEORGIA AND AFFILIATED AT&T COMPANIES BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF GEORGIA BP AMERICA COMCAST FORD MOTOR COMPANY GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION

Bill Hamrick Bill Hamrick Charlice Byrd Barry Loudermilk Bob Smith Calvin Hill and Spouse Chip Rogers and Spouse Jim Cole and Spouse Judson Hill and Spouse Judy Manning and Spouse Martin Scott Renee Uterman Ron Forester Tom Graves and Spouse Vance Smith and Spouse Chip Rogers Jim Cole

$15.00 $50.00 $30.00 $4.80 $4.80 $9.60 $9.60 $9.60 $9.60 $9.60 $4.80 $4.80 $4.80 $9.60 $9.60 $12.15 $12.15 $300.00 $206.65 $206.65 $206.65 $206.65 $206.65

$9.85 per legislator Charlice Byrd Matt Dollar Ron Forster Bill Hamrick Bill Heath Calvin Hill Judson Hill Jan Jones Donna Sheldon Larry O'Neal Renee Unterman $9.85 per legislator Charlice Byrd Matt Dollar Ron Forster Bill Hamrick Bill Heath Calvin Hill Judson Hill Jan Jones Donna Sheldon Larry O'Neal Renee Unterman Refreshments Dinner Refreshments (w/Spouse) Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Refreshments Refreshments GA Night Dinner Meals/Pro-Rata share Pro rata share for ALEC dinner. dinner Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner golf dinner 124

Mark Burkhalter

$62.40 $206.65

12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06

GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED MILLER BREWING COMPANY MILLER BREWING COMPANY MILLER BREWING COMPANY REED ELSEVIER SANOFI AVENTIS SCANA SCANA SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. VERIZON WIRELESS WAL-MART STORES, INC. GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED SCANA SCANA GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

Judson and Mrs. Hill

$44.37 $100.80

Meal Meal Lunch Golf Lunch Golf Lunch Golf Transportation to Georgia Night Dinner Pro rata share of dinner for GA delegation during ALEC Pro rata share of dinner for GA delegation during ALEC Pro rata share of dinner for GA delegation during ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC State Policy Summit, Phoenix, AZsanofi-aventis' Pro-rata Share of the Expenditures for the Georgia Legislative Dinner Golf Dinner Schering-Plough's Pro-Rata Share of the Expenditures for the Georgia Legislative Dinner Pro rata share of dinner for GA delegation in connection with American Legislative Exchange Council Dinner Meals/Pro-rata share Wal-Mart's Pro-rata Share of the Expenditures for the Georgia Legislative Dinner dinner dinner Lunch Lunch Dinner Lunch Lunch Food & Beverage Dinner Dinner Meal 125

Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Tom Graves Tom Graves Vance Smith Vance Smith

$19.84 $210.00 $19.84 $210.00 $19.84 $210.00 $300.00 $(206.65) $206.65 $206.65 $287.39 $247.39

Mark Burkhalter

$62.40 $206.65 $206.65

12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/08/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/07/06 12/06/06

$206.65 $206.65 $206.65 $247.39 Bob Smith Vance Smith Barry Loudermilk Chip Rogers Mark Burkhalter Martin Scott Tom Graves Mark Burkhalter Bob Smith Vance Smith, Jr Judson and Mrs. Hill $27.73 $27.73 $15.73 $15.73 $92.50 $15.73 $15.73 $37.79 $27.73 $27.73 $134.26

12/06/06 12/06/06 12/06/06 12/06/06 12/06/06 08/10/06 07/23/06 07/23/06 07/23/06 07/23/06 07/23/06 07/23/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06

GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GLAXO SMITH KLINE THE COCO-COLA COMPANY GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION HOBBS & ASSOCIATES HOBBS & ASSOCIATES HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA AFLAC AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED

Vance and Mrs. Smith Vance and Mrs. Smith Chip Rogers Vance Smith Ron Forster

$22.37 $134.26 $112.84 $112.84 $52.52 $71.00

Meal Meal Dinner (including guest) Dinner (including guest) Dinner Prorata share of dinner for Georgia delegation in connection with American Legislative Exchange Council GOLF GOLF Golf Golf Golf Golf Meal Dinner Refreshments Dinner Dinner Dinner DINNER DINNER DINNER DINNER Dinner Dinner Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage 126

JERRY KEEN VANCE SMITH Jerry Keen Vance Smith Jerry Keen Vance Smith Ross Tolleson Jan Jones Jeff Lewis Jerry Keen and Spouse Larry O'Neal Vance Smith and Spouse JAN JONES JERRY KEEN & SPOUSE LARRY O'NEAL VANCE SMITH & SPOUSE Chuck Martin Jeff Lewis Bob Smith Chuck Martin Ross Tolleson Tommie Williams Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Jan Jones Jerry Keen

$31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $31.25 $70.00 $9.22 $6.00 $9.22 $9.22 $9.22 $9.22 $18.44 $9.22 $18.44 $43.80 $43.80 $6.50 $12.00 $6.50 $6.50 $97.13 $16.00 $45.89 $9.22 $2.94

07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/22/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06

GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA VERIZON WIRELESS WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA AFLAC AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AMYLIN PHARMACEUTICALS AT&T BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A AT&T GEORGIA AND AFFILIATED AT&T COMPANIES BOARD OF REGENTS UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA BP AMERICA

Jerry Keen & Spouse Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Vance Smith & Spouse Jan Jones Jerry Keen & Spouse Larry O'Neal Vance Smith & Spouse Jan Jones Jerry Keen and Spouse Larry O'Neal Vance Smith ans Spousse Chuck Martin Jan Jones Larry O'Neal Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Keen Mr. & Mrs. Vance Smith Don Balfour Don Balfour Jerry Keen and Spouse Larry O'Neal and Spouse Vance Smith and Spouse

$18.44 $2.94 $9.22 $2.94 $18.44 $9.22 $18.44 $9.22 $18.44 $9.22 $18.44 $9.22 $18.44 $8.22 $9.22 $9.22 $18.44 $18.44 $169.26 $16.00 $17.03 $43.54 $43.54 $43.54 $169.26 $169.26

Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Entertainment Lunch Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Pro-rata share of the ALEC Georgia State Night event Lunch Dinner Georgia Delegation dinner pro-rata share Dinner - Georgia ALEC Delegation 42 guests (legislators and spouses) at $4.03 each dinner 127

Judy Manning

$40.46 $169.26 $169.26

07/21/06 07/21/06

$169.26 $169.26

07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06

COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSOC. OF AMERICA C/O MULTISTATE ASSOCIATES COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSOC. OF AMERICA C/O MULTISTATE ASSOCIATES COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES ASSOC. OF AMERICA C/O MULTISTATE ASSOCIATES COORS BREWING COMPANY DELTA AIR LINES, INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GEORGIA CREDIT UNION LEAGUE GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA CROWN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY GEORGIA ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT JERRY KEEN & SPOUSE LARRY O'NEAL & SPOUSE VANCE SMITH & SPOUSE Bob Smith Chuck Martin Donna Sheldon

$(645.00) $169.26 $645.00 $169.26 $645.00 $25.00 $18.88 $10.00 $169.26 $43.54 $43.54 $43.54 $169.26 $169.26 $169.26 Jerry Keen & Spouse Larry O'Neal and spouse Vance Smith and Spouse $21.77 $21.77 $21.77 $169.26 $196.26 $169.26 Alberta Anderson Barry Fleming & Spouse Bob Smith & Spouse Chip Rogers & Spouse Chuck Martin & Spouse $8.47 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33

ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $645- Pro-rata Share ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner $645- Pro-rata Share Pro rata share for ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Annual Meeting Dinner for Georgia Delegation pro rata food and beverage pro rata lunch food and beverage pro rata share of sponsorship of ALEC Ga night dinner DINNER DINNER DINNER DINNER Dinner, pro-rata share Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner ALEC 2006 GA delegation dinner GA Night Dinner for American Legislative Exchange Council Group dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner

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GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL

Don Balfour Don Balfour Don Balfour Don Balfour Don Parsons & Spouse Donna Sheldon Earl Ehrhart Jan Jones Jay Shaw & Spouse Jeff Lewis & Spouse Jeff May Jim Whitehead & Spouse John Lunsford John Wiles & Spouse Johnny Grant & Spouse Judson Hill & Spouse Judy Manning Mark Butler Mitch Seabaugh & Spouse Renee Unterman

$(2,529.00) $8.33 $25.29 $2,529.00 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33

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RISK MANAGMENT 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GRISWOLD LESSER PUBLIC AFFAIRS HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP. HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP. Bob Smith Bob Smith Chuck Martin Chuck Martin Jeff Lewis Larry O'Neal Ron Forster Ross Tolleson & Spouse Tom Rice & Spouse Tommie Williams Mark Butler $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $8.33 $15.00 $169.26 $7.80 $14.70 $14.70 $15.60 $38.22 $63.46 $169.26 Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Chip Rogers Jerry Keen & Spouse Judson Hill Judson Hill Judson Hill Larry O'Neal & Spouse Tommie Williams Vance Smith & Spouse Chuck Martin and spouse Jeff May $2.21 $30.00 $45.38 $43.54 $2.21 $30.00 $45.38 $43.54 $2.21 $43.54 $18.00 $9.00 $169.26 $169.29 $(645.00) $169.26 Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner meal meal at ALEC Lunch for spouse of Rep. Bob Smith Lunch (including spouse) ProRata Lunch (including spouse) ProRata Lunch (including spouse) Lunch (including guest) Dinner (including spouse) ProRata Dinner Pro-Rata Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Refreshments - ALEC meeting Refreshments - ALEC meeting "Georgia Night" at ALEC annual meeting - Pro rata share ALEC GA Delegation - Pro rata share ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation 130

Dinner 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 07/21/06 HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP. KRAFT FOODS GLOBAL, INC. BY ITS SERVICE COMPANY ALTRIA CORPORATE SERVICES, INC LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. MASSEY & BOWERS, LLC. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA MILLER BREWING COMPANY NOVARTIS PFIZER INC. PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS, INC. REED ELSEVIER SCANA SCANA SCANA SCANA SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. SOUTHERN STRATEGY GROUP Donna Sheldon Jerry Keen and Spouse Larry O'Neal and Spouse Vamce Smith and Spouse $645.00 $322.50 Ben Harbin Ben Harbin ALEC Georgia Delegation Chuck Martin $75.00 $75.00 $645.00 $25.00 $169.26 $169.26 $169.26 $169.26 $169.26 $169.00 $(645.00) $(169.26) $(169.26) $169.26 $169.26 $645.00 $169.26 $43.54 $43.54 $43.54 $169.26 $(645.00) ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Pro Rata Share of ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Lodging Lodging Dinner Food and beverage during ALEC Conference Pro rata share of dinner for Georgia Delegation during ALEC Conference Georgia ALEC Dinner Dinner Georgia Nght Banquet at this years Annual ALEC meeting in San Francisco Sponsorship of American Legislative Exchange Council GA Delegation Night Dinner dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner ALEC Georgia Delegation Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Pro-rata share of the Georgia night dinner at the ALEC National Meeting Pro-rata share of the Georgia State Night dinner for legislators in attendance at the ALEC National Meeting Pro-rata share of the Georgia night dinner at the ALEC National Meeting meal 131

07/21/06

$169.26

07/21/06 07/21/06

$645.00 $26.10

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SOUTHERN STRATEGY GROUP SOUTHERN STRATEGY GROUP SPRINT NEXTEL CORP. SPRINT NEXTEL CORP. SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION SYNOVUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION T-MOBILE USA, INC. THE COCO-COLA COMPANY THE R.B. ROBINSON COMPANY LLC. UNITED STATES FIREWORKS SAFETY COMMISSION VERIZON VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS WAL-MART STORES, INC. WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA WINE & SPIRITS WHOLESALERS OF GEORGIA X CHANGE, LLC X CHANGE, LLC X CHANGE, LLC BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A AT&T GEORGIA AND AFFILIATED AT&T COMPANIES BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A AT&T GEORGIA AND AFFILIATED AT&T COMPANIES

Jeff May Mark Butler

$26.10 $26.10 $645.00 $645.00

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Jerry Keen and spouse Larry O'Neal & spouse Vance Smith & Spouse

$21.77 $21.77 $21.77 $169.26 $169.26 $169.28 $169.26

Johny Grant and Spouse Georgia Legislative Delegation to ALEC Annual Convention Mitch Seabaugh

$409.04 $169.26 $17.78 $(169.26) $169.26 $169.26 $169.26

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Keen Mr. & Mrs. Larry O'Neal Mr. & Mrs. Vance Smith Don Balfour Jim Whitehead and Spouse Tommy Williams Donna Sheldon Jan Jones Jay Shaw John Lunsford Judson Hill

$43.54 $43.54 $43.54 $204.52 $409.04 $204.52 $8.67 $8.67 $10.00 $8.67 $59.13

07/20/06

Tom Rice

$59.13

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BP AMERICA BP AMERICA CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. COORS BREWING COMPANY COORS BREWING COMPANY FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. FIVEASH-STANLEY INC. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION - INTERLOCAL RISK MANAGMENT GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA NATURAL GAS

J. Manning R. Unterman Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Vance Smith Vance Smith Judy Manning Renee Unterman Jan Jones John Wiles Johnny Grant Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Barry Fleming & Spouse Chip Rogers & Spouse Earl Earhart Jeff Lewis & Spouse Jerry Keen & Spouse John Wiles Judson Hill & Spouse Mitch Seabaugh & Spouse Bob Smith Chuck Martin Donna Sheldon Jan Jones

$52.00 $37.44 $(75.13) $75.13 $75.13 $(96.14) $96.14 $96.14 $(96.14) $96.14 $96.14 $37.39 $37.39 $10.00 $86.46 $86.46 $25.00 $25.00 $48.49 $31.91 $24.24 $48.49 $48.49 $13.95 $31.91 $31.91 $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 $40.00

dinner dinner Beverage & Entertainment Beverage & Entertainment Meal & Entertainment Beverage & Entertainment Beverage & Entertainment Meal & Entertainment Beverage & Entertainment Beverage & Entertainment Meal & Entertainment Dinner Dinner food and beverage Dinner - Senate Caucus event Dinner - Sen Caucus event Dinner Dinner Dinner Lunch Dinner Dinner Dinner Lunch Lunch Lunch meal meal meal meal 133

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GEORGIA NATURAL GAS GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORP. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC.

Jeff May Barry Fleming Chip Rogers Earl Erhart Jeff Lewis Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Jim Whitehead John Wiles Johnny Grant Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Larry O'Neal Mitch Seabaugh Vance Smith Vance Smith Vance Smith Chip Rogers Chip Rogers & Spouse Earl Ehrhart John Wiles John Wiles Judson Hill Judson Hill & Spouse Mitch Seabaugh Mitch Seabaugh & Spouse Bob Smith and Spouse Chip Rogers and spouse Jim Whitehead and spouse

$40.00 $51.74 $40.00 $51.74 $51.74 $13.50 $51.74 $115.00 $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 $13.50 $26.85 $95.00 $40.00 $13.50 $26.85 $115.00 $79.24 $14.05 $24.16 $9.07 $12.08 $14.05 $14.05 $24.16 $14.05 $24.16 $18.00 $38.44 $38.44 $119.00

meal Dinner (including guest) ProRata Dinner (including spouse) Dinner (including guest) ProRata Dinner (including guest) ProRata Lunch / Refreshments Dinner (including guest) ProRata Golf Pro-Rata Dinner (including spouse) Dinner (including spouse) Dinner (including spouse) Lunch / Refreshments Dinner (including spouse) ProRata Golf Pro-Rata Dinner (including spouse) Lunch / Refreshments Dinner (including spouse) Prorata Golf Pro-Rata Refreshments Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food and Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Food and Beverage Food & Beverage Refreshments - ALEC meeting Dinner - ALEC meeting Dinner - ALEC meeting Lunch - ALEC meeting - Pro rata share Ticket to baseball game Ticket to baseball game Ticket to baseball game 134

Ben Harbin Ben Harbin Mark Butler

$80.00 $80.00 $80.00

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LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE, LLP. PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE SPRINT NEXTEL CORP. SPRINT NEXTEL CORP. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY THE COCA-COLA COMPANY VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS AFLAC, INC. AFLAC, INC. AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES AGL RESOURCES BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A AT&T GEORGIA AND AFFILIATED AT&T COMPANIES CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. CITIGROUP MANAGEMENT CORP. DIAGEO DIAGEO DIAGEO DIAGEO DIAGEO DIAGEO GEORGIA - PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA - PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA - PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA - PACIFIC CORP. GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION

Mark Butler Ben Harbin Bob Smith Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Rep. & Mrs. Shaw

$80.00 $10.00 $10.00 $17.00 $17.00 $80.00 $745.00 $745.00

Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Chip Rogers Judson Hill Mitch Seabaugh Tom Rice Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Bob Smith Chuck Martin Jeff Lewis Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Ron Forster Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Don Balfour Don Balfour Tommie Williams Tommie Williams Tommie Williams Tommie Williams Don Balfour Don Balfour Tommie Williams Tommie Williams MITCH SEABAUGH

$25.00 $25.00 $34.00 $55.00 $34.00 $55.00 $15.47 $15.47 $33.96 $33.96 $33.96 $33.96 $33.96 $22.36 $13.16 $13.16 $13.16 $9.17 $40.00 $(81.00) $18.34 $81.00 $81.00 $18.38 $49.60 $36.77 $49.60 $28.59

Ticket to baseball game Drinks during ALEC Conference Drinks during ALEC Conference Dinner during ALEC Conference Dinner during ALEC Conference dinner pro rata share of dinner with members of the Georgia delegation pro rata share of dinner with Georgia Delegation Dinner Dinner Baseball ticket Meal Baseball ticket Meal Dinner Dinner Dinner-Pro Rata Share Dinner-Pro Rata Share Dinner-Pro Rata Share Dinner-Pro Rata Share Dinner-Pro Rata Share Meal Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Food & Beverage Pro rata share of lunch pro rata share of dinner pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of lunch pro rata share of dinner Pro rata share of dinner (with spouse) Dinner Lodging Dinner Lodging LUNCH 135

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GEORGIA AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY HOBBS & ASSOCIATES HOBBS & ASSOCIATES LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. LOGISTICARE SOLUTIONS, LLC. PIEDMONT HEALTH CARE THE COCA-COLA COMPANY THE COCA-COLA COMPANY THE COCA-COLA COMPANY TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES TROUTMAN SANDERS STRATEGIES UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC.

MITCH SEABAUGH B. Fleming B. Fleming D. Balfour D. Balfour T. Williams T. Williams Bob Smith Bob Smith Chuck Martin Chuck Martin Jeff Lewis Mitch Seabaugh Mitch Seabauth Jan Jones Jan Jones Jerry Keen Jerry Keen Sen. & Mrs. Hill and family Jerry Keen Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Larry O'Neal Vance Smith Rep. Calvin Hill & Spouse Rep. Charlice Byrd & Spouse Rep. David Casas Rep. Don Parsons Rep. Donna Sheldon Rep. Earl Ehrhart

$91.66 $40.00 $167.46 $18.38 $49.60 $36.77 $49.60 $33.00 $63.46 $33.00 $63.46 $63.46 $28.59 $91.66 $59.56 $59.56 $59.56 $59.56 $38.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.47 $15.47 $34.00 $34.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00

GOLF Cab fare: Two-way Meal for family meal lodging meal lodging Tour Tickets (including spouse) Dinner (including spouse) ProRata Tour Tickets (including spouse) Dinner (including spouse) ProRata Dinner (including spouse) ProRata Lunch golf Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata 136

share) 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 06/21/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. UST PUBLIC AFFAIRS INC. GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED SCHERING-PLOUGH EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, INC. VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS Rep. Edward Lindsey Rep. Matt Dollar & Guest Rep. Melvin Everson Rep. Ronald Forster Rep. Sue Burmeister Rep. Tom Graves Rep. Vance Smith, Jr. Sen. Bill Heath Sen. Jim Whitehead and Spouse Sen. Renee Unterman $17.00 $34.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $34.00 $17.00 $113.75 $212.10 $393.30 $136.25 $498.16 $342.48 Bill Heath David Casas Donna Sheldon Earl Ehrhart Ed Lindsey Jim Whitehead Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Matt Dollar Melvin Everson $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 $(16.00) $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Dinner - Georgia Delegation to ALEC Task Force (Pro rata share) Boat rental for tour while attending American Legislative Exchange Conference Group dinner American Legislative Exchange Conference Dinner Pro-Rata Food & Beverage Dinner (Pro-rata share) Pro-rata share of Georgia night dinner at ALEC Spring meeting Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal 137

04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/22/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/21/06 04/20/06 04/20/06 04/20/06 04/20/06

VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS BP AMERICA CINGULAR WIRELESS COORS BREWING COMPANY GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA POWER COMPANY MILLER BREWING COMPANY THE COCO-COLA COMPANY VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS VERIZON WIRELESS GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION GEORGIA POWER COMPANY GEORGIA PUBLIC STRATEGIES, INCORPORATED VERIZON WIRELESS

Renee Unterman Tom Graves Tom Graves Tom Graves Vance Smith David S. Casas

$16.00 $(16.00) $16.00 $16.00 $16.00 $342.48 $15.00 $342.48 $271.46

Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal dinner a cigar while attending ALEC meeting Pro rata share of Georgia state legislative delegation dinner at ALEC Spring Meeting Group dinner for GA delegation to Legislative Exchange Conference Lunch Golf Lunch Golf Golf Dinner Pro-Rata Dinner Pro rata share of GA Night Dinner , Idaho Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal Meals Refreshments for group attending American Legislative Exchange Conference Dinner Pro-Rata Dinner (Pro-rata share) Meals

Don Parsons Jim Whitehead Renee Untermann Tom Graves Vance Smith

$10.24 $194.00 $10.24 $224.00 $214.00 $212.10 $342.48 $342.00

Bill Heath Calvin Hill David Casas Don Parsons Ed Lindsey Jim Whitehead Melvin Everson Renee Unterman Tom Graves

$13.81 $13.81 $13.81 $4.33 $10.08 $10.08 $13.81 $4.33 $10.08 $342.48 $25.84 $187.77 $333.17 $273.17

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