- Legislature 2013
State legislative session wrap-up
The Georgia 2013 Session of the Legislature ended March 28, 2013 at 11:50 p.m. The following is a brief summary from State Representative Rusty Kidd of some of the major issues that were acted on by the House this session.
At the Capitol, last-minute maneuvers rule the day
It's an old lesson of Politics 101: A bill isn't actually dead until the legislative session is over.
Legislative update: State Rep. Burt Jones (R-Jackson)
In an effort to save taxpayer dollars, Georgia has one of the shortest sessions in the nation and although there is less time, we are still completing the same amount of work. The remainder of this session will be dedicated to moving influential bills and examining each section of the 2014 Fiscal Year Budget to ensure each dollar is properly allocated.
Ga. Senate OKs scholarship tax credit changes
The Georgia Senate has approved changes to a tax credit program that provides scholarships for children to attend private schools.
- Legislative update: State Sen. Burt Jones (R-Jackson)
Legislative update: State Rep. Rusty Kidd (I-Milledgeville)
We are halfway through the Legislative Session.
Ga. lawmakers look to allow vote on firework sales
The Georgia state Senate has passed a resolution to let voters decide whether fireworks sales should be legal in the state.
- State legislative session wrap-up