Rural jobs bill meets opposition

ATLANTA — A complex plan to connect investors with rural businesses striving to grow has run into resistance from some lawmakers wary of the potential cost to the state. The proposal, sponsored by Rep. Jason Shaw, R-Lakeland, would offer a tax break to companies willing to take a chance on agribusinesses and other rural employers looking to expand and hire more folks. Read the full article on The Dalton Daily Citizen.

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