Senate President Pro Tem David Shafer, R-Duluth, took the reins of his chamber this year as part of a leadership change to unite a fractured Republican majority. Coming off a successful Crossover Day, Shafer sat down with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Friday to talk about how the change has worked so far, his long-term push to change the state’s tax laws and what to expect with historic ethics legislation proposed in the General Assembly this year.
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