Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is rolling out his Legislative priorities one at a time – preparing for the kickoff of the 2024 session of the Georgia General Assembly in a few months. Tuesday, surrounded by representatives from the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the Metro Atlanta Chamber and members of the Senate leadership team, Jones unveiled his “Red Tape Rollback” initiative, intended to ease regulatory burdens and help continue Georgia’s tradition as the No. 1 state to do business.

“Georgia has built the nation’s best business environment, and we want to keep it that way,” said Jones. “A regulatory environment promoting competition, while encouraging the startup and expansion of new businesses, and taking the heavy hand of government out of the equation is a priority. The reforms the Senate will lead on this year will reduce costs and paperwork while minimizing uncertainty for those who want to start or grow a business in Georgia.” 

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