A Senate study committee has been tasked with identifying ways to “foster a robust workforce and thriving business environment” across the state. The committee was established with the passage of Senate Resolution 275 during the 2023 Legislative session, and will be chaired by Sen. John Albers, R-Roswell, sponsor of the legislation.
“During the 2023 session, reducing barriers for Georgia’s workforce was a top priority,” said Lt. Governor Burt Jones. “Senate led initiatives, like Senate Bill 3 and Senate Bill 157, were a starting point. Experts on this study committee, along with other stakeholders, are going to review current best practices and programs focused on expanding Georgia’s workforce across all industries.
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