Legislative Day 5 - 2011


Legislation to toughen state immigration laws was introduced in the House today.
Rep. Matt Ramsey's bill would require local and state authorities to investigate people suspected of having illegal status.

The bill also would force state businesses that employ more than five people to comply with the federal e–verify program, a system that determines the legal status of workers.
Opponents to the measure say jobs will suffer and that immigration is a federal issue and should not be regulated by the state.

We talk about education proposals for this year’s session with Representative David Casas, Vice Chairman of the House Education Committee and Marcus Downs, Government Relations Director with the Georgia Association of Educators

You can watch Prime Time Lawmakers every night the Georgia General Assembly is in session at 7 pm, and at 5:30 am the following morning.



7:00P

Are You Being Served?

The Hand Of Fate

7:30P

Vicious

8:00P

Keeping Up Appearances

The Christening

8:30P

Keeping Up Appearances

The Commodore

9:00P

As Time Goes By

Rewrites

9:30P

As Time Goes By

Getting Rid Of Gwen

10:00P

Moone Boy