Gov. Kemp Outlines Plan To Lift Up Rural Georgia, Streamline State Budget
It's been about 10 months since Gov. Brian Kemp took office — with a pledge to lift up rural Georgia.
Now, he has launched a Rural Strike Team, designed to boost economic development across the state. And he's embarked on a "Georgia Made" tour to highlight local companies and their successes.
Kemp made one of those stops in southeast Georgia earlier this week for a ribbon-cutting at a chicken processing facility. GPB reporter Stephen Fowler sat down with Georgia's governor to learn more about his plans for the state.
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