Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle Addresses Georgia Association of Business Brokers
ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 23 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Will lagging revenues eventually mean higher taxes? Are more layoffs looming amid the state’s budget crisis? Which businesses and industries are likely to turn around first when the economy recovers? Georgia Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle, a successful small-businessman before entering politics, will face tough questions like these during today’s meeting of the Georgia Association of Business Brokers, Inc. (GABB), a statewide group with almost 200 members.