Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: House and Senate Improve Short-Term Fiances, but Pass Revenue Drains on Future Budgets

The General Assembly took some positive steps to address the $5 billion deficit. However, they continued passing long-term tax cuts during this Great Recession ($624 million a year), disregarded other revenue options, and shifted the cost of services onto the middle- and low- income. If the gov vetoes HBs 1023 and 1069, he will prevent revenue drains on future budgets and prevent shifting taxes onto Georgians earning the lowest 20% of incomes. Download the PDF.

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