The GREAT Plan is Dead. Long Live The Not so GREAT Plan

Dick Pettys has a look at the Speaker’s presentation. Basically, the GREAT Plan is no more, but the salvageable pieces have been hacked off and put together in some sort of Frankenstein tax plan where things trigger at different times and then all sunset together.

The plan sounds good. But do we really want to give the Speaker a win on this now? I hate to be crass, but there are a good many legislators asking that question now and they have cause to.

7 comments

  1. Icarus says:

    I wish the folks in the House would start worrying about whether they wanted to give the people of Georgia a win, rather than worrying about whether the Lt. Gov, Gov, or Speaker get a win.

  2. dorian says:

    You know, I’m no politician, but if I were a politician I would positively shudder if I had a tax that 100% of the population of the state had to pay named after me, e.g. the Glenntax.

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