As with every year, the second Monday in January marked the beginning of Georgia’s legislative session. This is part two of the 2017-2018 regular session, which means bills that were introduced last year but did not make it over the finish line will have the opportunity to become law again. We will no doubt still see plenty of new bills introduced, but there is one key difference between last year and this year.
There are midterm elections in 2018. Elections for everyone from the Georgia House and Senate to the U.S. House of Representatives. For both parties, this will mean a return to the red (or blue) meat issues that drive voters to the polls. In this week’s column, I will delve into what that looks like for Democrats.
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