Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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GBPI's detailed reports offer authoritative, in-depth analysis of Georgia public policy.

Help Needed to Meet Georgia’s Laudable Child Care Goals

Georgia’s plan to expand access to quality child care for families earning low incomes became effective this June, but the state budget that takes...

Prescribing Remedies for Georgia’s Medical Provider Shortage

Local access to health professionals varies widely across Georgia, from relative availability in populous Fulton County to the daunting challenge found in many rural...

Lawmakers Reject Major Tax Cuts, OK Modest Tax Breaks

Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: 2016 Legislative Session Recap Each year, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute examines all tax bills considered by the state...
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Tax Credit for Contributions to Rural Hospitals: Updated Bill Analysis

The Georgia House of Representatives has passed a $100 million tax credit program for individual and corporate donations to hospitals in rural or nearly-rural...

Adding Up 2016: Tax Breaks, Income Tax Cuts Could Harm Georgia Finances

A variety of tax bills await further consideration by state legislators as the Georgia General Assembly enters its final few weeks of the 2016...

Senate Resolution 756 threatens to disrupt Georgia’s long-term finances

Senate Resolution 756 threatens to undermine Georgia's ability to remain an attractive state for families and businesses. Passing the amendment creates a rigid formula in...

Slashing Income Tax Delivers Meager Benefit to Most, Jeopardizes Public Services

Bill Analysis: House Bill 238 (LC 34 4895S) Georgia lawmakers are considering a pair of proposals that offer a miniscule tax cut to the majority...

Overview: 2017 Fiscal Year Budget for Higher Education

Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposed budget of $2.47 billion for the state’s two postsecondary systems includes money intended to help increase faculty salaries, which trail...

Another Tax Credit for Private School Scholarships

Georgia lawmakers are considering legislation to create a new tax credit for individuals and corporations that donate to organizations that provide scholarships to K-12...

Overview: 2017 Fiscal Year Budget for Human Services

Services for Georgia’s Vulnerable Get Needed Lift Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposed $634 million Department of Human Services budget for the 2017 fiscal year marks a...

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