Georgia's RSC, according to the news release from the Gold Dome, will evaluate legislation based on five criteria that, according to Rep. Charlice Byrd (R-Woodstock), will "promote conservative policy in the best interests of liberty and prosperity" for the people of the Peach State.
The group plans to score each bill on whether it:
Does the bill reduce taxes or fees?
Does the bill encourage personal responsibility by individuals and families and encourage them to provide for their own needs?
Does the bill increase opportunities for individuals or families to decide how to conduct their own lives and make personal choices?
Does the bill stay within the limits of the proper role of government?