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More than half of Georgia consumers did not plan on buying back-to-school products even during the state government’s tax-free holiday held on July 30 and 31, according to Georgia Credit Union Affiliates, a subsidiary of the Georgia Credit Union League in Duluth.

Peter Strozniak

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