State leaders will announce on Friday they have settled two remaining lawsuits against its ethics commission as well as one that had yet to be filed.
The AJC is reporting that a source told the paper the state will pay more than $1.8 million to settle lawsuits filed by former commission deputy director Sherilyn Streicker and former computer specialist John Hair.
Former commission attorney Elisabeth Murray-Obertein has also threatened a lawsuit.
The paper reports that Streicker will receive $1 million, while Hair will be paid $410,000. Murray-Obertein settled for $477,500.
Last month, the state agreed to pay former commission director Stacey Kalberman $1.3 million after a Fulton County jury agreed with her claim that she was forced from office for investigating Gov. Nathan Deal’s 2010 campaign.