10:00 am September 28, 2010, by Christopher Seward
Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, who is seeking re-election in November, says the state must squeeze out more efficiencies through consolidating agencies and administrative functions to deal with its budget crisis.
Cagle, who spoke to the AJC editorial board Monday, also said encouraging private investment through tax credits is crucial and that he would resist any effort to raise state revenue through tax increases. Cagle faces Democrat Carol Porter and Libertarian Dan Barber in November. Read the full article by AJC’s Aaron Gould Sheinin.
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