Another Step in the Fight Against Opioids

As Georgia and the country at large continue to struggle with an opioid crisis, the legislature took a step this past session to try and prevent future abuse. From 1999 to 2015, the number of those who died every year from opioid abuse rose from 8,200 to 33,000...

State Takes Another Step Opening Up Alcohol Laws

Day 36 at the Gold Dome saw the passage of Senate Bill 85, relating to malt beverages (some of which are known as beer) and also distilled spirits, “so as to provide for the limited sale of malt beverages at retail by manufacturers (sometimes known as craft brewers)...

House Hectic With Five Days To Go

On Friday, we looked at a few of the under-discussed bills in the Senate as we head into the home stretch for the final five legislative days this year. Today, we take a quick look at some of the House bills on the calendar for Monday and what to watch. HB 32,...

Headed Into Home Stretch, Senate Gets Busy

With just five legislative days left in this year’s session, the state senate is busy reviewing house bills for passage. Committees are moving bills out and they are hitting the floor with the typical seasonal regularity. Monday’s edition will feature a bevy of bills...

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