TSPLOST, health care, education: Business community lists priorities for Georgia Legislature

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Savannah’s statehouse delegation members laid out their plans for the coming legislative session on Wednesday, with nods toward Medicaid and health care coverage expansion and another penny sales tax initiative, this one to assist with transit.

The “Eggs and Issues” event, hosted by the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, is an annual forum involving Chatham County’s two state senators and six House representatives and chamber members. The chamber’s governmental affairs committee unveils a list “legislative priorities” and “key pro-business policies and positions” at the meeting and each of the eight legislators offer brief remarks previewing the upcoming legislative session, which opens on Jan. 10, 2022.

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