ATLANTA - The ongoing FBI investigation of Atlanta City Hall has broadened to all members of Mayor Kasim Reed's cabinet.
A federal grand jury has issued a new subpoena to the city.
The grand jury is seeking all leave of absence requests by every member of the Atlanta mayor's cabinet.
The dates would cover four years of records under Mayor Kasim Reed and two weeks of records under Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
The grand jury wants all cabinet member's requests for leave and payments for that leave.
Mayor Bottoms spokesman stated her "Administration continues to fully cooperate with the investigation in an effort to assist the authorities in reaching a fair and expeditious resolution."