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Georgia doesn’t have a spending problem

For the past couple of weeks, we’ve discussed Georgia’s income tax, which accounts for half of the revenue used to balance the state’s budget every year. It’s also setting up to be a campaign issue, as GOP statewide candidates seem to be entering into a bidding war over who can cut it the most.

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"This is not your father's trade school" was the message at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon

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16-year-old murder suspect pleads not guilty in April shooting outside of church

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Tax Assessors finally appear before Columbus Council

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Construction of massive project in downtown Columbus moving forward.

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Ex-Harris County deputy testifies during pre-trial hearing in aggravated sodomy case

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Watch: Fight breaks out on scene of deadly shooting near Fourth Avenue

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Go behind-the-scenes of the Dandy Dozen photo shoot

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Columbus Museum announces the Alma Thomas Society for art acquisitions and programs

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Authorities surround homes on 32nd Street to search for suspect in shooting

Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past

John Greenman drove with his grandson across Colorado, on our way to the Four Corners — where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona meet.
John Greenman Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past 2:23

Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past

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"This is not your father's trade school" was the message at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon

Columbus Museum announces the Alma Thomas Society for art acquisitions and programs 1:48

Columbus Museum announces the Alma Thomas Society for art acquisitions and programs

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Miss Georgia 2017 reveals 5 surprising things about herself