Georgia House backs second income tax rate cut since 2018

Less than an hour after passing a state budget that included spending cuts, the Georgia House backed a plan Tuesday to cut the state income tax rate for the second time since 2018.

[…] The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, an Atlanta think tank that opposes the bill, said it would reduce state revenue by $383 million and mean small income tax increases for 538,000 low- and middle-income households.

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