Last week, the Georgia General Assembly convened for legislative day 36 on Monday, March 28, and worked through Friday, April 1. Thursday, March 31, Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3 were committee workdays.
The Georgia General Assembly also convened for legislative day 40 on Monday, April 4, marking Sine Die, the final day of the 2022 Legislative Session.
Governor Brian Kemp now has 40 calendar days to vet legislation passed by the General Assembly and decide whether to sign or veto bills passed in both the House and Senate. If Governor Kemp chooses to take no action on bills by May 14, 2022, the legislation will become law.
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