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April 1, 2005

The Georgia General Assembly adjourned sine die just minutes before midnight last night. Republican leadership met their goal of adjourning in 39 days
rather than the 40-day maximum, but not as early as originally planned.
Agrees and disagrees, conference committees and bill printings forced
the session into the late evening hours. We'll have the highlights of the session and the status of major legislation. Join Lawmakers for a one-hour special legislative wrap-up.

Gerald Bryant talks with Governor Sonny Perdue and Lieutenant Governor Mark Taylor about their reaction to the session.

Nwandi Lawson talks with Speaker of the House Glenn Richardson and House Minority Leader DuBose Porter after the first year of Republican control in the House of Representatives.

Correspondent David Zelski has the latest on the ethics bill compromise as well as legal issues like tort reform, Congressional redistricting and cracking down on the manufacture of methamphetamine.

Lawmakers Chriss Knight reports the passage of the statewide smoking bam and other business issues like wireless privacy, limiting internet "spam" and living wages.

Reporter Jesse Freeman will bring you the outcome of education legislation and measures that deal with social issues like abortion, same-sex partner benefits, divorce and child support.