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Editorial: Delta tax snub is about chasing votes, not jobs
Cagle, GOP playing politics that could hurt state’s business-friendly image
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Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, left, and Gov. Nathan Deal’s chief of staff Chris Riley confer in the state Senate on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, before the Rules Committee stripped a jet fuel sales tax cut from legislation. (Bob Andres/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
America’s march toward splitting into armed — and unarmed — camps has crested yet another hill. This growing divide puts Georgia leaders in a tight spot as various efforts in the General Assembly widen the rift between the state’s social conservatives and its growing business interests.