Some state lawmakers say it’s time you have all the facts about Georgia’s budget and how your money is spent. Representative Roger Bruce says,Georgia has a budget of $20 billion dollars to work with, so he and others are questioning the necessity to reduce social programs for the poor while at the same time requiring major corporations to pay less taxes. Representative Bruce also says there are proposals to make middle and low income families take up the slack by taxing popular services given at hair salons, nail salons and barbershops as well as taxing groceries. Find out what plans Georgia has for your money tonight at a town hall meeting, Thursday, March 24, 2011 from 7 to 9 at the Quality Living Services Inc. located at 4001 Danforth Rd. SW. Atlanta, GA 30331.