The state Senate adopted a $19.2 billion state budget plan earlier this week. State Senator Barry Loudermilk says the plan includes a little financial help for students who lost funding from the HOPE scholarship due to budget cuts from the program in the past year.
He says the Senate’s budget must now come into agreement with the House version.
Loudermilk says there are a number of pieces of legislation that have to be tackled before this legislative session ends, including a number of projects for Rome and Northwest Georgia. He says that even though he will not be representing this area after this year due to his upcoming move to the new 14th district, he still remains committed to the concerns of this community.
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