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Session 2018: Week 8

Week eight included the much-anticipated “Crossover Day,” the last day a piece of legislation can pass out of its original chamber and still remain eligible for consideration by the opposite legislative chamber. On “Crossover Day,” my colleagues and I remained busy...

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Session 2018: Week 7

Week seven included the passing of many bills, as well as the annual State of the Judiciary address. “Crossover Day” is on Wednesday, February 28, so my colleagues and I remained busy with our legislative work this week. Here is a brief summary of week seven’s events:...

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Session 2018: Week 6

“Crossover Day” is now only a few legislative days away, so week six was an intense but successful time for my colleagues and I. We discussed and passed the following bills. Disaster Volunteers House Bill 487 would provide Civil Air Patrol disaster service volunteers...

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Session 2018: Week 5

As we draw nearer to “Crossover Day,” my colleagues and I remain dedicated to our work. During our fifth week of session, we passed the significant House Bill 683, our Amended Fiscal Year 2018 (AFY 2018) budget. Other bills passed are categorized below. The AFY 2018...

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Session 2018: Week 4

Our fourth week of the 2018 legislative session covered the discussion and passing of several important legislative bills listed below. Adoption House Bill 159 was perhaps our most important piece of legislation discussed in this session. Unanimously passed by the...

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Session 2018: Week 3

Our third week in session covered many important topics, including the state of our economy and the completion of our adjournment resolution. We also reached the one-fourth mark of our 40-day session on Legislative Day 10. Economy Although our state has seen an...

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Session 2018: Week 2

The primary focus of the second week of our 2018 legislative session was the state budget process. A constitutional requirement, this process begins with the joint House and Senate Appropriations committees’ review of Governor Nathan Deal’s budget recommendations....

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Session 2018: Week 1

The first day of the 2018 154th General Assembly was last week, January 8, 2018. During this week’s session, Governor Nathan Deal gave his annual and final State of the State Address, as he will be retiring next year. Here are some highlights from Gov. Deal’s address:...

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