Feb. 29, 2016 - Atlanta - Representatives vote on one of numerous bills that came up for a vote. Many key bills come up for last-chance votes Monday on crossover day at the Capitol. Crossover Day is the final day for a bill to move from one chamber to the other this year. Although there are ways around the rule, only a few bills each year successfully defy Crossover Day's deadline. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM
Photo: Bob Andres
Photo: Bob Andres

Everything you need to know about Georgia’s 2019 legislative session 

Everything you need to prepare for Georgia’s 2019 legislative session can be found in the latest episode of the Politically Georgia podcast.

Host Greg Bluestein and statehouse veteran James Salzer preview the 40-day session and discuss the issues to watch, new arrivals in the statehouse and what to expect from lawmakers during the first week.

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If you liked this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, you may also like our episode that reflected on Gov. Nathan Deal’s time in office.

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