New Ga. budget could mean raises for state employees

| March 23, 2016

Georgia Capitol

ATLANTA – On Tuesday, Georgia lawmakers approved a $23.7 billion budget that gives raises to thousands of state employees and a one-time bonus for state retirees.

Most state workers will get a 3 percent raise, more for state law enforcers and public health nurses.

The plan also provides more money for schools, with the hope that local districts will give raises.

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