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Clayton County lobbyist Murphy Talmadge explains efforts officials are making to kill House Bill 399 in the state Senate. If the bill becomes law, it would bar the county from collecting ad valorem taxes on leases of space at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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