By Brice Wallace 

State government’s economic development efforts could be in for some sweeping changes as a result of legislation passed during the general session.

SB172 requires the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to consult with other state agencies involved in economic development and produce a written strategic plan “that contains a coordinated economic development strategy for the state” and states that the strategy consist “of a limited set of clear, concise and defined principles and goals.”

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