Gov. Deal and top Republicans back plan to reduce Georgia tax bounty

Gov. Nathan Deal and top Republicans in the Legislature announced Tuesday they want to lower income tax rates for individuals and corporations in Georgia. It’s part of a plan to cut into the estimated $4.7 billion state budget windfall over the next five years, resulting from the new federal tax law. Read the full article on WABE.

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