Sen. Brandon Beach (R-Alpharetta) believes it’s time to move mass transit into the 21st Century in metro Atlanta.

“We have to make some big, bold decisions, and this is big and bold,” said Beach during a press conference Tuesday afternoon at the State Capitol to discuss SB 330 — which would allow Fulton and DeKalb voters to approve an additional 1/2 percent sales tax for new infrastructure for mass transit. 

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