Ga. officials to meet in Atlanta to discuss economic stimulus funds

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ATLANTA — Some of Georgia's top officials are expected to meet today to discuss the impact the federal economic stimulus package is having on the state.

Officials from the state labor and education departments were set to speak at a committee hearing at the Statehouse.

Senate minority leader Robert Brown, a Macon Democrat, called the hearing to try to get a better handle on the effect of the state's share of the $787 billion stimulus package.

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sxf1973 07/30/09 - 09:24 am
Obviously not enough since

Obviously not enough since the great state of GA has approved 6 days of furlough over 2009/2010 fiscal budget.

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