Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of November totaled $1.39 billion, an increase of nearly $49.0 million or 3.6 percent compared to the month-ended November 2012.
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Gov. Nathan Deal today named state Rep. Lynne Riley (R-Johns Creek) to his House floor leader team, replacing Rep. Matt Hatchett (R-Dublin) who was elected state House Republican Caucus chair.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today at the Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing, Inc.
Georgia-based Fortune 500 company will create 420 new jobs and invest about $85 million into two renovation projects
Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Aspen Products Inc., a major private label paper manufacturer, will open a manufacturing facility in Macon, creating more than 200 jobs and investing $13 million into the project.
Gov. Nathan Deal today fulfilled promises made by leaders 20 years ago and by himself during his 2010 campaign by ending toll collection on Ga. 400. Shortly after recognizing the first motorists to pay the toll on the Ga.
Governor: Korean automotive manufacturer will invest $15 million into its first U.S. facility
David Sims, Private Colleges and Universities Authority
The Governor’s Office today received a decision from Attorney General Sam Olens, Tim Stultz of the Cobb County school board and Ann Crow of the Forsyth County school board not to suspend indicted Cherokee County school board member Kelly Marlow from of