4/2/19 - Atlanta- Representative throw paper in the air to celebrate the end of the legislature at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Today is sine die day, the final day of the 2019 legislature. EMILY HANEY / emily.haney@ajc.com
Photo: Emily Haney/emily.haney@ajc.com
Photo: Emily Haney/emily.haney@ajc.com

Podcast: Recapping Georgia’s 2019 legislative session

Georgia’s 2019 legislative session has come and gone.

In the latest episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Political Insider Jim Galloway recap the session and discuss what passed, what didn’t and what that means going forward.

READ MORE » Georgia lawmakers end session with plenty still on their plate

The two also analyze Brian Kemp’s first session as governor and Geoff Duncan’s first as lt. gov. Plus, an update on one of 2020’s top races.

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