Georgia Puts Some of Surplus into Emergency Fund Some states running budget surpluses are putting their money in the bank for a rainy day. Georgia is one of those states. Salting money away in Georgia is not an option, it's the law.
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Georgia Puts Some of Surplus into Emergency Fund

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Georgia Puts Some of Surplus into Emergency Fund

Georgia Puts Some of Surplus into Emergency Fund

Georgia Puts Some of Surplus into Emergency Fund

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Some states running budget surpluses are putting their money in the bank for a rainy day. Georgia is one of those states. Salting money away in Georgia is not an option, it's the law.

Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Radio reports.