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Taxes, voting, abortion loom on Georgia session's last day

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Georgia lawmakers face multiple key decisions on the final scheduled day of their 2022 session. Most importantly, the General Assembly must still pass a budget. Senators and representatives must also try to reach an agreement on a tax cut that could be worth more than $1 billion. Additional debates could loom on legalizing more forms of gambling.
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Taxes, voting, abortion loom on Georgia session's last day

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia lawmakers face multiple key decisions on the final scheduled day of their 2022 session. Most importantly, the General Assembly must still pass a budget. But senators and representatives must also try to reach agreement on a tax cut that could be worth more than $1 billion.

3 months ago·United States
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Georgia lawmakers pass measures on taxes, voting and schools

Georgia lawmakers pushed through dozens of bills in a rapid-fire conclusion to their 2022 session on Monday, delivering a tax cut and banning teaching on “divisive concepts” in schools.

3 months ago·Jacksonville, United States
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Tax cut, voting, abortion loom on final day of Georgia legislative session

FINAL DAY: The clock is ticking for Georgia lawmakers trying to get bills passed on an income tax cut, voting changes, new abortion rules, and more on the final day of the 2022 Georgia legislative session.

3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Taxes, voting, abortion loom on Georgia session’s last day

Georgia lawmakers face multiple key decisions on the final scheduled day of their 2022 session.

3 months ago·Savannah, United States
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Voting, abortion, Critical Race Theory, loom on Georgia session's last day

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia lawmakers face multiple key decisions on the final scheduled day of their 2022 session. Most importantly, the General Assembly must still pass a budget. But senators and representatives must also try to reach agreement on a tax cut that could be worth more than $1 billion. Additional debates could loom on legalizing more forms of gambling, requiring physical exams before a woman could be prescribed abortion pills and fur…

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Taxes, voting, abortion loom on Georgia session's last day - WABE

This story will be updated throughout the day. Georgia lawmakers face multiple key decisions on the final scheduled day of their 2022 session. Most importantly, the General Assembly must still […]

3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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