It didn’t happen this legislative session, but the day is coming when state lawmakers will address — in a comprehensive way — the Georgia income tax. What that will mean to you depends on where you fall on the income scale, and that’s something House Ways and Means Chairman Jay Powell knows all too well. Georgia has had a graduated income tax structure, which means a lower rate for the poor and a higher rate for the rich. Read the full article on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
New GBPI/UGA Poll Shows Georgians Support State Investments to Boost Health, Education, and Economic Mobility
A new poll commissioned by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (GBPI) and the University