To keep growing the economy, Georgia leaders must protect our state’s main source of funding

Next year, lawmakers will consider legislation that could threaten Georgia’s ability to remain economically competitive by significantly weakening the state’s main source of funding. This vote comes at a time when Georgia faces both a cloudy economic forecast and critical needs statewide, while state agencies are being asked to slash budgets over the next two years.

Read why another tax cut will force Georgia to forgo $550 million per year while providing little to the average Georgian in Taifa Butler’s latest op-ed in the Rome News-Tribune.

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