State Representative Mary Margaret Oliver (D-Decatur) wants more accountability and transparency for local development authorities across the state. Less than a week before the 2022 session of the Georgia General Assembly begins, Oliver says she plans to introduce legislation that will reform development authorities and help citizens and affected governments understand the financial impact of tax incentives and tax rebates offered to private businesses by the local authorities. 

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