Lobbyists gifts included football and circus tickets hospital balloons
State Rep. James Beverly, D-Macon, had always wanted to take his youngest son to a football game. On New Year's Day, he made a big play, taking the 12-year-old to the last regular-season Atlanta Falcons game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The $328 trip to a stadium suite was funded by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority.
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