ATLANTA - Some of the state's top business leaders had a chance to talk about their priorities for the current legislative session.
Wednesday, the annual Georgia Chamber Eggs and Issues Breakfast.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce laid out its priorities for 2020.
President and CEO Chris Clark said when it comes to gambling, the Chamber believes voters should decide whether tax revenues should go toward education.
He said the Chamber also supports how the city manages Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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