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School Tax Credits and Immigration

IT'S BEEN CONTROVERSIAL FROM THE GET–GO ... A 2008 BILL GIVING TAX CREDITS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS ... BUT NOW ... THE BATTLE'S REALLY HEATING UP.
RAHUL BALI HAS MORE FROM THE STATE CAPITOL.

ALSO UNDER THE GOLD DOME: GEORGIA REPUBLICAN SENATOR SAXBY CHAMBLISS MADE HIS FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE TODAY SINCE ANNOUNCING HE WOULDN'T SEEK A THIRD TERM.

CHAMBLISS HAS SAID HE'S "SICK OF THE GRIDLOCK" IN CONGRESS ... HE WAS FIRST ELECTED TO CONGRESS IN 1994, REPRESENTING GEORGIA'S 8TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT.
OVER THE YEARS, HE'S EARNED A REPUTATION AS A "STRAIGHT–TALKER."
NOT MANY STATE LAWMAKERS SAY THEY SAW HIS RESIGNATION COMING ... BUT SOME HAVE IDEAS FOR REPLACEMENTS.

AND AS MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT ROLL OUT =THEIR= NEW PROPOSALS ON IMMIGRATION REFORM, LAWMAKERS IN GEORGIA ARE LOOKING TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE STATE'S 2011 OVERHAUL OF ITS LAWS.

G–P–B–'S PARKER WALLACE TAKES A LOOK AT A PIECE OF LEGISLATION GAINING MOMENTUM AT THE STATE CAPITAL.