The Rural Voices Georgia Steering Committee took its agenda to the State Capitol Wednesday and shared their message that they “will hold policy makers accountable on rural policies to benefit workers and families across the Peach State and in turn, strengthen Georgia’s economy.” The Georgia steering committee presented its three priorities – rural economic development, broadband, and rural healthcare.

“We want to make sure our officials have the information they need to have a thought provoking understanding of the problems facing Rural America and Rural Georgia. We will then work with our officials to move quickly and decisively to help solve Rural America and Rural Georgia’s problems,” said former House Speaker Terry Coleman of Eastman. 

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