March 30, 2018 •
Georgia General Assembly Adjourns 2018 Legislative Session
The Georgia General Assembly adjourned its 2018 legislative session.
Lawmakers worked through midnight, a few minutes beyond the March 29 adjournment deadline.
In the session, lawmakers passed a $26 billion budget, expanded public transportation, expanded the state’s medical cannabis oil program, and passed a hands-free driving law preventing drivers from holding their cellphones while behind the wheel.
Gov. Nathan Deal could sign, veto, or allow the bills to become law without his signature.
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