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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.
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: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.
Monday on Political Rewind: Lt. Gov. Burt Jones has given up legislation that would threaten key health care bills. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp quickly signed SB 140, which restricts gender-affirming care for transgender minors. And there are new developments at the site of the future Atlanta police training center.
After rounds of updates, the Georgia House and Senate have agreed on the latest electric vehicle regulation bill and sent it to Gov. Brian Kemp to sign.
State lawmakers ended their session late last night, giving final passage to a number of bills while leaving others behind.
Going to the governor's desk are many of his priorities, including a pair of billion-dollar income tax breaks and teacher pay raises.
Lawmakers failed to pass a number of closely-watched bills, however. One of them would've increased funding for mental health.
For the Georgia General Assembly, 2023 was a year when a lot of things didn't happen. There's no one policy fight that sums up 2023. Instead, 2023 may be remembered for new leaders in Lt. Gov. Burt Jones and House Speaker Jon Burns, and a struggle over who defines priorities.
Samara Joy comes from a family of gospel singers and has been singing all her life. In February, she became the second jazz performer in Grammy history to win the award for best new artist.
Rapper Doechii hoped her video "Crazy" would make a statement by presenting her nude body as a vessel of power, not sex. YouTube saw things differently.
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