Georgia Senate panel seeks slowdown in passage of tax credits

A Georgia Senate panel is expected to recommend what would be a fairly revolutionary change in the way lawmakers have traditionally passed hundreds of millions of dollars worth of special-interest tax breaks at the end of each General Assembly session. Read the full article on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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