On March’s last Georgia Gang, IAG CEO Phil Kent and the crew discuss Governor Nathan Deal’s big decision on the ‘Religious Liberty’ bill, the MARTA tax in Atlanta, and more from the end of the 2016 legislative session.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was joined this week by Speaker Jon Burns, R-Newington, and Lt. Gov. Burt Jones in calling for an acceleration of the state’s scheduled income tax cuts. Last year’s HB 1437 set in motion a reduction of the state’s income tax rate from 5.75% to 4.99%, to be rolled out over several years. But with a $16 billion surplus, Kemp said he will push to accelerate that process which could save Georgians $1.1 billion in 2024. The move would have Georgians’ wallets RISING…
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