Hide & Seek The fallout from Chip Rogers’ $150,000 per year, taxpayer-funded job keeps getting bigger. Last week, State Sen. Bill Heath was so tired of hearing from taxpayers asking for GPB to fire Chip Rogers that he sent a nasty email to thousands of Georgians. He told them they had been ‘conned’ and he was ‘annoyed’… [Read More]
Sen. Bill Heath is a member of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee. His job on that committee includes overseeing how the state uses taxpayer dollars. This includes looking over the Georgia Public Broadcasting budget and making sure Chip Rogers’ $150,000 salary is in line with industry standards. But Sen. Heath would rather not worry about… [Read More]
Disgraced former Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers will get $150,000 per year to work at Georgia Public Broadcasting. His salary will be paid 100 percent with tax dollars. Gov. Deal called a meeting on Oct. 26 to arrange for Chip’s new job. The $150,000 salary will make Chip Rogers the highest paid Executive Producer at… [Read More]
Gov. Nathan Deal and his office staff spent most of Wednesday telling Georgia reporters that he absolutely did not hire Chip Rogers. Instead, he said Georgia Public Broadcasting made the hire. “The governor’s office had no response, saying the governor did not hire Rogers.” WSB-TV Gov. Nathan Deal is a liar. Less than a month ago,… [Read More]
$150,000 This is the first number you’ll need to begin adding the total cost of what Gov. Nathan Deal spent to ease Chip Rogers’ hasty departure from the State Senate. It’s a number that Gov. Deal must think is fair, but he hasn’t bothered to explain his mysterious reasons to voters who are paying the… [Read More]
Governor Nathan Deal has sewn a $150,000 per year golden parachute for disgraced former Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers by creating a new Executive Producer position for him at Georgia Public Broadcasting. This 760-percent taxpayer-funded raise will make Chip Rogers the second highest paid employee at GPB. Rogers’s new “dream job” will be to produce… [Read More]
Why does Georgia’s Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers hate the Georgia Chamber, the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Urban Land Institute? Watch the video to find out.