Georgia lawmakers wrapped up the 2017 session during the early morning hours last Friday and overall, it was a good 40-day run for the agriculture industry. From initiatives that affect rural Georgia, to liability protections for livestock management practices, to state budget support of agriculture programs and projects, Bryan Tolar with the Georgia Agribusiness Council says agriculture fared well during …
Heading into the final week of the 2017 Georgia legislative session, the General Assembly has wrapped up work on the budget for the next fiscal year. Georgia Agribusiness Council’s Bryan Tolar says the Council is pleased with the strong support for agriculture.
While the 2017 Georgia legislative session continues, efforts will be underway next week to celebrate National Agriculture Week. Georgia Agribusiness Council’s Bryan Tolar says it will be a week full of events.
Today is day 31 of the 2017 Georgia Legislative Session, as there are now less than 3 weeks left for lawmakers to meet. A couple of weeks ago, we told you a bill concerning the installation of solar panels on areas of land in the conservation use program had passed the Georgia House. And this week during the session, Georgia …
Ethanol was one of the issues discussed during the Georgia Legislative session this week, as Georgia Agribusiness Council’s Bryan Tolar explains.
The Georgia legislative session continues to move along, and according to Bryan Tolar with the Georgia Agribusiness Council, a bill was introduced this week to help clarify a tax law.
The Georgia Agribusiness Council will hold its Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast in Atlanta next week. GAC President Bryan Tolar has the details.
January 24 is the deadline given to Georgia and Florida by a special master appointed by the U.S. Supreme Court to reach a framework for settlement in their legal fight over water rights. According to Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, the Georgia General Assembly is waiting to see how that all comes out.
The Georgia General Assembly has kicked off their 2017 session in Atlanta, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, they will once again be involved in this session.
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