ATLANTA, GA (WALB) - A candidate for Georgia's governor has laid out a proposal to hire more minority-owned businesses for state contracts.
Democratic candidate Stacey Evans released the proposal on Friday. She cited the Atlanta law must use at least 35-percent of minority-owned contractors for city projects.
Evans said that the state has no such law and uses less than 1-percent of minority-owned contractors.
You can read the detailed plan below: