February 22, 2018 - Atlanta, Ga: The Georgia State Capitol is shown on Legislative Day 25, Thursday, February 22, 2018, in Atlanta. PHOTO / JASON GETZ
Photo: Jason Getz
Photo: Jason Getz

How to follow bills as Georgia lawmakers decide their fate

It’s crunch time at the Georgia Capitol. Which bills will live or die?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution compiled a list of the bills to watch for, their status and their chances of passing.

Check out the AJC’s Bill Tracker, a quick reference sheet as the Georgia General Assembly advances through its closing days.

From transportation expansion to religious liberty, from tax fights to voting machines, we’ll update how bills are faring as they’re up for key votes in the House and Senate. The bill tracker also includes the estimated probability that a bill will pass based on the AJC’s statistical model.

RELATED: Check out the Georgia Legislative Navigator for details on every bill.

The crossover deadline for bills to clear their first chamber is Wednesday, but no legislation is truly dead until the end of the 2018 legislative session March 29. 

Please return to PoliticallyGeorgia.com for full coverage.

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