The Georgia Legislative session has ended. Now, Gov. Brian Kemp has some decisions to make.
The bills that passed the House and Senate are on the governor’s desk. Kemp has to decide which bills he will sign or veto. He can also decide to take no action on a bill, which means it will become law.
Here’s a look at the bills on Kemp’s desk and also the ones that fell short. A check-mark means the bill passed a chamber or was signed into law by Kemp. An “X” means Kemp vetoed the bill. Since this was the first year of the General Assembly’s two-year cycle, legislation that did not pass can be revived in 2024.