2022 Legislative Updates

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After a day full of debate, motions, votes, and emotional farewells, the House and Senate adjourned sine die in the early moments of April 5. This...

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The House and Senate have two legislative days left in the 2022 session. Barring any derailments with the budget or leadership’s priority...

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There’s always a level of gamesmanship and infighting within the legislative branch. Like squabbling siblings, the House and Senate will quarrel...

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Tuesday, March 15 was the critical Crossover Day milestone. It was the final day for Senate Bills to pass the Senate and House Bills to pass the...

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Next Tuesday is Crossover Day, a critical procedural milestone in Georgia’s forty-day legislative session. March 15 is the last day for Senate...

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Next week lawmakers will be active each day. Qualifying begins Monday at 9 a.m. and runs through noon on Friday. Next week’s legislative report...

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Lawmakers enjoyed a four-day weekend in their districts to observe President’s Day on February 21.

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After three days in session this week, lawmakers will return to Atlanta following President’s Day for legislative days 19 and 20, marking the...

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In recent years, the General Assembly has started earmarking specific days in the legislative schedule as committee workdays. This reflects the...

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While the House and Senate were only in session three days this week, nearly two hundred bills were introduced and assigned to committee. Most of...

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This year, the General Assembly will have done it in two. As prescribed, Crossover is scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, and the final day of session...

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As is tradition, the General Assembly reserved the balance of MLK holiday week for budget hearings. The House and Senate will resume on Monday,...

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