Georgia House Speaker Glenn Richardson has now announced he'll reintroduce his controversial plan to eliminate car taxes in the Peach State.
Richardson says he's confident the tax reform that died on the last day of session, would have received enough votes, but the Lieutenant Governor chose not to let the Senate vote on the measure.
"I think it'd be a great plan because it'd save everybody a lot of money and the way the economy is right now who doesn't need to save money with high gas prices we already pay enough taxes on everything else why not save something somewhere down the line," said Thomasville resident Hayden Moore, who supports Richardson's tax plan.
Richardson says he'll travel the state promoting the plan for next year.
The plan overwhelmingly passed the House and would have potentially saved Georgians around $750 million a year.