Georgia lawmakers in town: Full coverage
Here are the latest headlines from the 2023 Georgia General Assembly
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The 2023 Georgia General Assembly is in session.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is entering his second and final term in office, setting up an open governor’s race in 2026.
Lawmakers this year are set to consider a host of issues, from medical marijuana to legalizing online sports better to further election reform and possibly making Georgia one of the nation’s first presidential primaries.
Stay with AtlantaNewsFirst.com for the latest legislative headlines:
- Legislative session brings new lawmakers with new priorities
- Lawmakers look to legalize sports betting in Georgia
- Lawmakers release proposed schedule on first day of Georgia General Assembly
- Law enforcement retention, runoff rules, and homeowner tax relief on statewide agenda
- New Georgia House speaker aims to keep friends as he ascends
- Georgia is entering a new political era in 2023
- Special election to fill David Ralston’s seat heads to runoff
- Raffensperger calling for an end to general election runoffs
- State house elects Jon Burns as speaker, joining Burt Jones as new Senate leader
- Wanna bet? Online sports betting becomes political issue in Georgia 2022 midterms
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