Deal agreed to follow a state panel's recommendation on Sen. Don Balfour, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. At a short hearing Wednesday morning, Balfour's lawyers argued he can still do his job while under indictment while the state Attorney General's Office requested suspension.
Balfour, the longest-serving Republican in the Georgia Senate, represents a district just northeast of Atlanta.
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