Source: Georgia General Assembly
Last week the Georgia General Assembly met for legislative days 20-24 out of 40. Senator Ben Watson’s bill SB 100 which provides that the State of Georgia shall observe standard time year-round until Congress authorizes the states to observe daylight savings time, passed out of the Senate and is now in the House for consideration. The House approved Speaker Ralston’s bill HR 119, it directs the Georgia Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on State Route 307 that crosses the Georgia Ports Authority mega rail site in Garden City after retired U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson.
Crossover day (The 28th day of the 40-day legislative session is the last day for bills to move from one chamber to the other) should occur at the end of this week or the beginning of next week.
The Georgia General Assemble will reconvene for legislative day 25 on Monday March 1
On Thursday the House passed HB 34, Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact, part of this bill supports the spouses of relocating active-duty military personnel transfer licenses with the state.
HB 306 passed out of the house and is now in the Senate for consideration, this bill allows for corporations, partnerships, and associations to hold annual shareholders’ meetings and special shareholders’ meetings by means of remote communication.
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