The Georgia Senate has approved a bill that will do away with the state portion of the property tax.
The constitutional amendment, sponsored by State Sen. Chip Rogers, R-Woodstock, passed by a vote of 49-4. Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue had pushed for the measure, which provides for an average reduction of about $30 per home and promises to save taxpayers about $94 million per year.
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