Along with hourly rates and hours billed, Georgia lawyers may soon have to add another column to their clients’ receipts — one to show the state sales tax.

House Speaker Glenn Richardson, R-Hiram, and his allies plan to push in next year’s legislative session changes that would levy sales taxes, for the first time in Georgia, on professional-service providers — from barbers and landscapers to accountants and lawyers.

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