Gov. Deal touts success of Georgia's economy, legi...
by Ricky Leroux
nside@neighbornewspapers.com
10:00 PM, Saturday, April 25
Gov. Nathan Deal touted Georgia’s growing auto and film industries and praised lawmakers for a successful legislative session Wednesday, saying the state is headed in the right direction. Speaking at a luncheon at Vinings Bank in Smyrna, Deal spok...

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