Tom Barton of the Savannah Morning News talks with GPB's Sarah McCammon about the week's big news: runoff elections.
 
The Sunday alcohol sales bill handily passed a House committee Tuesday, as expected. The bill could come to the House floor for a vote as early as Monday.
A Senate committee today passed a measure that creates a commission to scrutinize bills relating to health insurance.
The Senate passed a resolution Tuesday to study whether the state can draw water from the Tennessee River's Georgia tributaries. It could help solve the state’s water supply problem.
Hundreds of students and families rallied at the capitol today in support of letting Georgia students go to school online.
A state task force formed to find new water sources met for the first time today. Georgia is under pressure to expand its water options.
State legislators on Monday embark on the final 10 days of this year’s legislative session. The House and Senate will spend this week reviewing the bills that have already passed one chamber.
The Senate passed numerous bills on Wednesday including a bill that will let communities legalize Sunday alcohol sales.
Members of the House were busy on Wednesday handling bills before the midnight deadline. The bills included, among others, airline tax breaks and health care.
Many bills ended their run this Wednesday as lawmakers worked well into the evening to meet their deadline.
With Wednesday's long legislative day known as Crossover Day now past, state lawmakers roll-up their sleeves for the final 10 working days of the 40-day General Assembly.