Senior Policy Analyst, Budget & Taxes; Government Relations Coordinator

Danny Kanso

Following his education at the University of Georgia, where he earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees, Danny served as director of communications and policy advisor to the Office of Lt. Governor Casey Cagle. During his four years under the Gold Dome he worked to advance a wide range of legislative issues and initiatives. Danny is an active member of his community in Atlanta.

Recent Posts by Danny

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Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: Sine Die 2019

During the 2019 legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly approved 28 tax bills. Lawmakers will wait until next …

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Georgia’s FY 2020 Budget: Majority of New Spending Dedicated to $530 Million Teacher Pay Raise

Georgia lawmakers gave final passage to the state’s $27.5 billion budget for the 2020 fiscal year, beginning July …

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Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: Crossover Day 2019

The Georgia General Assembly approved 16 major tax bills between January and “Crossover Day,” the deadline for legislation …

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Georgia Work Credit Grows the Middle Class

Georgia Work Credit Grows the Middle Class by Danny Kanso, Policy Analyst Georgia leaders have the opportunity to …

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Senate Bill 106: Medicaid Waivers Could Reshape Georgia’s Health Care System & State Budget

Last week, Georgia leaders announced an unprecedented plan to seek federal waivers that could extend health care access …

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Overview of Georgia’s 2020 Fiscal Year Budget

Georgia’s 83rd governor, Brian P. Kemp, introduced his administration’s policy priorities by submitting a proposed $27.5 billion budget …

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