The last day of the 2023 legislative session is here, and Politically Georgia podcast hosts Greg Bluestein and Patricia Murphy give you a preview of the major legislation lawmakers still pending.
Our insiders discuss Gov. Brian Kemp’s support of funding for private school vouchers and explain why the effort has momentum like never before.
Plus, hear why a renewed push to legalize sports betting in Georgia has stalled out.
We’ll also cover the measure to create a state board with powers to investigate or even oust district attorneys and solicitors general they accuse of skirting their duties.
Thursday, March 30th, at 5:00 p.m., we will host our first ever Politically Georgia live virtual podcast taping. Atlanta Journal-Constitution subscribers are invited to attend. You can sit in our virtual studio and get a little behind-the-scenes look at how we do the show. Go to live.ajc.com to RSVP.
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Sine Die 2023
- Georgia voucher bill came close to passing but lacked enough GOP votes
- Antisemitism bill falls short at Georgia General Assembly
- Georgia lawmakers approve compromise on higher truck weights
- House, Senate leaders reach deal on budget with raises for 250,000
- Ban on outside election money passes Georgia General Assembly
- Bill Tracker: See what has passed
- Photos: Scenes from last day of Legislative session
- Minute by minute: Latest updates