Friday on Political Rewind: Sports gambling, Buckhead City, and Georgia's "Don't Say Gay" bills failed in the state Senate.
Meanwhile, the House passed an expanded mental health services bill.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp said he supports legislation giving parents the right to decide if their children should wear masks in school. Plus, a conservative voter mobilization group launches a campaign to expand Sunday voting in rural areas of the state.
A quick recap of Friday's (Day 4) legislative session includes reaction to two big events in the capital this week, President Biden's speech in Atlanta and the governor's State of the State speech.
It's Crossover Day for the Georgia Legislature, and the Senate will focus on voting bills in particular. It's typically the last day a bill has to pass out of one chamber to be considered for the rest of the session. Watch a Special one-hour edition of Lawmakers tonight at 7 p.m. for the latest.
Democratic lawmakers gathered Wednesday at the Georgia Capitol to explain why they supported the two House bills.
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