Both the House and are in recess until 10 a.m. on Thursday, but the lawmakers aren't off. Many will be tied up in committee meetings Wednesday.
Now onto the 4 things that happened at the Georgia Capitol today that you should know:
1. Georgia crews may soon need a permit to film wild animals. [And that permit would come with a cost: $600 for crews from out-of-state and $300 for in-state film crews.]
2. Gov. Nathan Deal has made clear he wants sweeping changes to Georgia's "religious liberty" proposal. [State Rep. Allen Peake, a Macon Republican, and Rep. Beth Beskin, R-Atlanta, may have a possible solution.]
3. A Senate panel approved a measure that would also allow students and staff to defend themselves with Tasers and stun guns on campus. [But there's a catch: this bill would require that they only be used for self-defense or the defense of others.]
4. A key House committee passed legislation that would make grants available to pregnancy resource centers that provide services alternative to abortion. ["Not only can they stay in business, but hopefully they can expand and decrease the number of abortions that we have in the state of Georgia."]
Now that you're all caught up, see what's coming up tomorrow at the Georgia Legislature.