Youth Assembly – Monday, November 19, 2012

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Monday, November 19, 2012

7:00 am Curfew Ends (Breakfast on your own)

8:30 am Youth Assembly “Official” Opening Session in the Capitol
-Youth Governor’s will be located in CAP 218.
-(Representatives in House, Senators in Senate)
-Official “Swearing In” Ceremony
-Debate of Bills
Judicial Program Continues CAP 230/CAP 341
Lobbyist Program Continues MEZZ 1
Media Program CAP 216

10:15 am House and Senate Recess for Committee Meetings

11:00 am House and Senate Reconvene House/Senate Chambers

11:30 am All programs will Recess for the Youth Governor’s Luncheon

12:00 pm Youth Governor’s Luncheon Atlanta Freight Depot
-Candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Speaker for 69th Youth Assembly give campaign speeches.

1:45 pm Group picture on stairs (You will follow Staff/CAS to the determined location.)

2:05 pm Committee Meetings (committees start immediately)

2:50 pm House and Senate Reconvene House/Senate Chambers

4:15 pm House and Senate Recess for Committee Meetings
(committees start immediately) refer to above map for locations

5:00 pm House and Senate Reconvene House/Senate Chambers

6:30 pm Dismissal from Capitol Dinner on your own

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

7:00 am Curfew Ends (Breakfast on your own)

8:30 am House and Senate Reconvenes in the Capitol House/Senate Chambers

10:45 am House and Senate Committees Meet
Take up remainder of Bills from “other body”

11:20 am House and Senate Reconvene for Final Debate House/Senate Chambers

12:00 pm Joint Session House Chambers
• Youth Governor’s Report on Bills
• McCutchen Awards
• Outstanding Bill Award and Best Bill Awards
• Judicial Awards and Announcement of Chief Justice
• Lobbyist Awards
• Media Program Awards
• Presentation of 69th Youth Governor and Officials
• Other Announcements
• Resolutions

1:00 pm Adjournment of Joint Session to follow dismissal from Joint Session

GPB News - Politics

Disciplined Officers Still Getting PaidDisciplined Officers Still Getting Paid

An analysis of more than 15 years of police records has found that officers sanctioned for misconduct in Georgia routinely keep their badges and draw pay for years as their appeals languish. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Channel 2 Action News conducted the review and reported their findings Tuesday.

Ga. Speeding Up Some Environment PermitsGa. Speeding Up Some Environment Permits

Georgia regulators are considering how to speed up the processing of environmental permits for firms willing to pay a premium.

Abrams Receives JFK AwardAbrams Receives JFK Award

A Georgia politician and a Michigan humanitarian project founder will be honored with public service awards bearing President John F. Kennedy's name. The late president's daughter, Caroline Kennedy, will present the 2012 New Frontier Awards on Monday at the JFK Library and Museum in Boston. The awards recognize Americans younger than 40 whose public service exemplifies JFK's spirit.

10,000 Georgians Apply For Deportation Protection10,000 Georgians Apply For Deportation Protection

More than 10,000 illegal immigrants living in Georgia have requested temporary protection from deportation under a plan established by President Barack Obama. Georgia ranks ninth nationally in the number of people who have applied.

Senate Democrats Caucus MondaySenate Democrats Caucus Monday

Democrats in Georgia's state Senate will soon pick new leaders. Sen. Steven Henson, the minority leader, said the caucus meeting is set for Monday at the Statehouse. Republicans are on the cusp of winning a supermajority in the chamber, assuming the GOP wins an upcoming special election to fill an open seat.

7:00P

Rick Steves' Europe

Rome: Back-street Riches

7:30P

Rick Steves' Europe

Galicia And The Camino De Santiago

8:00P

Georgia Traveler

Speed & Feed

8:30P

Georgia Outdoors

Three Days, Three Rivers

9:00P

Last Tango In Halifax

10:00P

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Dead Man's Chest