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GA: Legislation Would Bring CAT Tax to Pooler and Other West Chatham Cities

As state lawmakers, lobbyists and activists begin their annual political tango under the gold dome in Atlanta, one piece of legislation that is in the works would expand Chatham Area Transit's service area county-wide.
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