Georgia’s annual legislative session ended on Thursday, March 24, 2016. Click here for the highs and lows of the transparency and First Amendment bills that passed through the General Assembly this year. Check back frequently because GFAF will ask the Governor to veto some bills, and we will post our correspondence here.
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