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Resource ID: #23145
Subject: Colleges
Source: The Birmingham News
Affiliation: 
Date: 04/18/2006; 04/20/2006; 04/27/2006; 05/07/2006; 05/13/2006; 05/17/2006; 05/20/2006; 05/21/2006; 05/21/2006; 05/25/2006; 06/14/2006; 07/01/2006; 07/12/2006; 07/14/2006; 07/23/2006; 07/24/2006; 07/30/2006; 08/08/2006; 08/17/2006; 08/21/2006; 08/24/2006

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This story reveals “patronage, corruption and waste in Alabama's two-year college system. Major findings include: everyone in Chancellor Roy Johnson's immediate family was on the system payroll; campuses gave jobs to relatives of systems officials, often bypassing hiring practices; nearly a third of Alabama's legislators or their relatives received pay from the system; system contractors paid for or performed work on homes owned by Johnson and others; software company received millions of dollars in system officials and lobbying firms, despite a ban on such payments; state attorney general asked Johnson for favors while his prosecutors investigated the system.”

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