Thursday on Political Rewind: As the dust settles after Sine Die, the fate of several major bills has become clear. A controversial budget, private school vouchers, expanded mental health care, and legalized sports betting - our panel weighs in.
Georgia lawmakers have struck a deal on increasing weight limits for some trucks using Georgia highways. The legislature approved a last-minute compromise reached by House and Senate negotiators early Thursday during the final minutes of lawmakers' 2023 session.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Today is Sine Die at the Legislature, the last day of the 2023 session. Our panel weighs in on what to expect and what the GOP majority has already passed. Meanwhile, state justices were skeptical of arguments made against Georgia's abortion law. The high court promised a swift opinion.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The final day of the 2022 legislative session was yesterday. What legislation made it past the deadline and what will have to wait till the next time lawmakers meet? Our panel took a deep dive into the latest.
Monday on Political Rewind: It’s the 40th and final day of the 2022 legislative session. A handful of high-profile measures remain to be decided. In the frenzy of activity marking the final day, what surprise measures could emerge? Our panel discusses the latest stories down at the Capitol.
Bills still hanging on the last day of the Legislative Session include election oversight, abortion pill access and sports betting.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Host Bill Nigut is back at the helm, as we discussed the marathon of issues the legislator has to pass before Sine Die. But first, former President Trump seems to backpedal on former Sen. David Perdue's run for governor.
Friday on Political Rewind: Blue Ridge Republican David Ralston has finished presiding over yet another session as Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives. It is the election law that will likely be the legacy of the 2021 session. That’s just one of the issues the AJC’s Patricia Murphy and host Bill Nigut discussed with Ralston.
With a flurry of tossed papers and bleary-eyed cheers of "Sine Die!," the Georgia General Assembly ended its 2021 session early Thursday morning, capping off a busy stretch of campaigning, coronavirus and controversial decisions. After three months and 40 legislative days, Georgia lawmakers have passed a number of high-profile bills — and left many on the cutting room floor until next year.
Today on Political Rewind: On the 40th and final day of the Georgia legislative session, key bills remain unresolved. Plus, a district court judge has opened the door making it easier for third party candidates to run for federal office in Georgia. What does that mean for expanding your choices on election day?
On the final day of the legislative session, Georgia lawmakers gave final approval to a bill that would grant more than 8,000 patients access to medical...
SINE DIE. 12:00 a.m. April 3. Sine Die! The House and the Senate are done with the 2019 legislative session, using the final minutes to pass a medical...
Georgia lawmakers have agreed to raise the minimum age for marriage from 16 to 17 years old.
On this edition of Political Rewind, lawmakers, lobbyists and citizens here to promote favored legislation or just soak in the spectacle have all...
On Thursday, 'Sine Die' marked the last day of the Georgia General Assembly's 2018 legislative session. As always, lawmakers scrambled to vote on as...