Georgia lawmakers give producers a lifeline with new bill targeting input costs

After months of negotiation, a Georgia bill has been approved that will greatly benefit agriculture in the state.

Georgia Senator Russ Goodman says he considers this bill to be a lifeline to those supplying food and fiber in the state.

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