The Georgia Archives would get more than $4.3 million next year in the governor’s proposed budget. But questions remain about whether that would mean more access for the public.
The archives’ budget ended up at roughly $4.3 million this year after the secretary of state cut more than $600,000 this fall and laid off five employees, half the archives’ staff. The governor’s budget would restore the archives to a full staff of 10 employees.
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