June 29, 2020 •
Georgia General Assembly Adjourns Sine Die
The Georgia General Assembly adjourned sine die on June 26 after a session interrupted and delayed by COVID-19.
Before adjourning, the General Assembly notably passed a hate crimes bill, which was signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday, and a budget reduction of nearly 10%.
This $2.2 billion reduction is the largest reduction since the 2008 recession.
The does affect lobbyist reporting. The last semi-monthly report for state-level and State Transportation Board lobbyists is due on July 1.
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