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Podcast: Bills to watch as Georgia’s legislative session ends

The last day of Georgia's 2018 legislative session, also known as Sine Die, is Thursday, March 29. All bills must pass before midnight to have a chance of becoming law.

Measures that are in play include a major mass transit bill, a bill to cut down on distracted driving, Georgia’s annual budget, and both voting restrictions and paper ballots.

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Mark Niesse and Maya T. Prabhu outline where key bills stand and identify which bills are on the bubble during in the final days of the session.

RELATED: Georgia Legislative Bill Tracker

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