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May 7 marked the last day for Governor Deal to sign legislation into law passed from the 2013 General Assembly. Below is a list of bills that Governor Deal signed that the Chamber either deemed “Scorecard” issues for 2013 or were Chamber-backed legislation.
The following is a statement from Georgia Chamber President and CEO Chris Clark regarding Governor Deal signing House Bill 318 – the Georgia Tourism Development Act – which also identifies several sources of venture capital funding for Georgia businesses:
The 2013 session of the Georgia General Assembly came to a close on Thursday, March 28th. Over the 40 days, hundreds of bills were debated – many of which were important to our state’s economic competitiveness and our ability to attract new jobs and investment.
To support our number one mission of keeping, growing and creating jobs in our state, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce provides educational resources to help our small business members succeed:
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce works diligently to represent the interests of small businesses by aggressively lobbying state and federal government on behalf of our members.
The Georgia Chamber is committed to connecting our members with the information and resources they need to stay informed and make decisions.
The Georgia Chamber is excited to feature Long & Associates as our January small business spotlight. Click to read their story.