Legislative Democrats and advocates for low-income Georgians say the state should spend its windfall from the latest federal COVID-19 relief bill on making a... Federal COVID relief funds spark debate at General Assembly

Legislative Democrats and advocates for low-income Georgians say the state should spend its windfall from the latest federal COVID-19 relief bill on making a full economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. But Republican leaders say it’s too soon to commit money the state doesn’t have.

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