ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers have approved a resolution for a referendum that will allow voters to say whether they think school property taxes should be used to help support tax allocation districts in the state.

SR 996 allows Georgia voters to decide in November whether or not to give public school boards the choice to invest a portion of their future tax revenues in TADs.

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