House Bill 238 gives hard working middle-class families just a few extra dollars a month, yet hands a big tax break to a small sliver of wealthy Georgians

Georgia’s tax system falls most sharply on low- and moderate-income families. HB 238 does nothing to change that. The 80 percent of households with annual income below $100,000 would see average tax cuts of less than $90 per year.

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Wesley Tharpe
Wes is GBPI's Research Director, assessing potential ways policy proposals could affect Georgia families and businesses. A native of Fayetteville, Ga., he holds a master’s in public policy from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a bachelor’s in political science and international affairs from the University of Georgia.

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