Some powerful Georgia lawmakers are floating a plan to move $180 million out of the state account used for schools, public safety and other general needs to redirect the money solely for roads and bridges.
Moderated by Rick Badie
Legislation that would renew Georgia’s angel investors tax credit is under consideration at the Gold Dome. Last week, the state House of Representatives introduced a measure to renew the credit for another five years, a move vital to local start-ups seeking investor money, writes the president of the Technology Association of Georgia. Elsewhere, a policy analyst questions transportation funding as currently outlined in the 2016 state budget.
Angel investors spur start-ups
By Tino Mantella
Each year, the Technology Association of Georgia surveys CEOs, CIOs and other key Georgia decisionmakers from around the state to learn what’s most important to them.