Day 35 – Wednesday, March 20, 2013

GPB News - Politics

Senate Approves Archives TransferSenate Approves Archives Transfer

The state Senate has approved a bill that allows the University System of Georgia to take over management of the Georgia Archives. The bill unanimously passed the Senate Thursday. It now heads to Gov. Nathan Deal.

Video From Police Shooting ReleasedVideo From Police Shooting Released

For the first time, police officer Clayton Sutton can be heard describing—in his own voice—his December encounter with Sammie Davis Jr. in front of the Pio Nono Avenue Kroger in Macon. The Bibb County District Attorney's office has released hours of video and audio from the investigation into the incident that left Davis dead and has stressed police-community relations.

Georgia Senate Proposes Ethics Bill ChangesGeorgia Senate Proposes Ethics Bill Changes

Thursday morning Senator Jeff Mullis, Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, presented his substitute to the House ethics bill in front of that committee. Mullis, a Republican from Chickamauga, made drastic changes. His version rewrites the legislation to include a $100 gift cap, which the Senate passed early in the legislative session.

Ga. Senate's Turn On Lobbying LimitsGa. Senate's Turn On Lobbying Limits

Lawmakers in the Georgia Senate are expected to publicly release their version of proposed limits on lobbyist expenditures. The Senate Rules Committee planned to meet Thursday to discuss its proposed legislation. Committee Chairman Jeff Mullis said the plan will include a $100 cap on expenditures by lawmakers, similar to an internal Senate rule adopted earlier this year.

Ga. House Immigration 'Fix' StallsGa. House Immigration 'Fix' Stalls

A Georgia House bill intended to fix unintended consequences of a 2011 crackdown on illegal immigration appears to have stalled in a Senate committee.

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