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NOTES FROM THE SENATE, JULY 20, 2018
GEORGIA SELLS BONDS, EXPLOITS AAA RATING

The FY 2019 Budget contained $1.18 billion in projects to be paid for in bonds. On June 20, the State of Georgia sold $1.32 billion in bonds on the open market. Due to its AAA rating, Georgia borrowed those funds at the very low end of the market. (More)
NOTES FROM THE SENATE, JULY 13, 2018
A WEIRD BUT BANNER YEAR FOR GEORGIA REVENUES

Maybe we just chalk it up to the federal tax cut altering people's behavior, or maybe the state just had a great holiday season and sluggishness since, but how can you argue with the year-end results of Georgia's revenues? Here are the major points of the FY 18 Fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018. (More)
NOTES FROM THE SENATE, JULY 6, 2018
WHAT'S LEFT? PUBLIC SAFETY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, FINANCE AND ETHICS

There won't be any more columns on legislation from the 2018 Session unless an issue develops. This column will tie up the loose ends with legislation from several important committees, Public Safety, Economic Development, Finance and Ethics. There may not be a huge volume of legislation that goes through these committees, but some very important bills originate in them or pass through. (More)

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