State Republicans have caved to pressure from opponents of federal health care reform.
Wednesday, GOP leaders pulled a bill from the House floor that would have fulfilled one of law's requirements.
The state will not create a health care exchange this year.
Legislation to allow voters to decide whether alcohol could be sold by retailers in their communities on Sundays has been passed by the state Senate.
The vote was 32-22 to approve, following three hours of debate.
The Sunday alcohol sales bill is scheduled for a vote in the state Senate Wednesday. It's a last gasp for the legislation, as today represents crossover day--the final day for a bill to pass one chamber to have a chance to become law.
The State Senate has unanimously passed a bill designed to protect military parents from losing custody of their children. The Georgia Military Parents Rights Act now heads to the House for consideration.
A key lawmaker in the state Senate says he expects Sunday alcohol sales to be on the chamber's agenda by Wednesday.
That's when bills must have passed either the state House or Senate to remain alive during this year's legislative session.