Some Georgia cities and counties might curtail late-night fireworks, but they will also see a fireworks tax used to pay for trauma care, firefighting... Lawmakers closer to compromise on fireworks

Some Georgia cities and counties might curtail late-night fireworks, but they will also see a fireworks tax used to pay for trauma care, firefighting and other safety measures under bills passed by the state Legislature this week.

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