Gov. Brian Kemp is turning to a bipartisan group of Georgia lawmakers, state agency heads and other state officials to help determine how to... Kemp appoints panels to allocate federal COVID relief funds

Gov. Brian Kemp is turning to a bipartisan group of Georgia lawmakers, state agency heads and other state officials to help determine how to spend $4.8 billion in federal COVID-19 relief funds. Kemp has named three committees to sift through applications for the money from state and local governments, businesses and nonprofits.

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