Rural broadband, pandemic recovery and election battles to come in Georgia’s legislative session highlighted the annual “Eggs and Issues” program held Wednesday by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.
Search / 12 results found Showing: 1-10 of 12
ATLANTA — For the second time in the last two weeks, Georgia’s two largest business organizations are asking the General Assembly to pass a hate-crimes bill when the 2020 legislative session resumes next week.
ATLANTA — Two business organizations with major political clout under the Gold Dome are asking the General Assembly to pass a hate-crimes bill when lawmakers return to the Capitol next month.
ATLANTA — Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is proposing to streamline the processing of business license applications to help the state’s economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
ATLANTA — Small businesses in Georgia and across the country were left in limbo Thursday when the U.S. Senate adjourned without approving a new round of economic stimulus funding to help offset losses from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce assigns grades based on a legislator’s support of its 12 legislative priorities which focus on issues important to the business community.
Gov. Nathan Deal said while Georgia’s bid for HQ2 is competitive, lawmakers for now should focus on priorities like education and transportation.