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Georgia tax revenue leaps more than $3B over last year
Discussions followed from those attending, with each to review the handouts and return for another LOST renegotiation meeting on Wednesday, July 20, at 9 a.m. on the second floor of the Tattnall County Courthouse in the Commissioners’ meeting room.
ATLANTA — Georgia's state tax receipts jumped by more than $3 billion in the budget year ended June 30, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday, setting up an election-year session in which lawmakers will have many options for new spending or tax cuts.
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