Several bills await Gov. Kemp's signature following the end of the 2024 legislative session

The Georgia State Capitol in downtown Atlanta. (Jasmine Robinson/WABE)

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has until May 7 to sign or veto bills that advanced during the 2024 Georgia legislative session.

Some of the bills awaiting the governor’s signature include a bill that would crack down on immigration, and the “Safe at Home Act.”

Meanwhile, bills that involve film tax credits, sports betting and a bill that would ban puberty blockers for transgender youth are among a long list of bills that failed during the session.

On Monday’s edition of ‘Closer Look,” WABE politics reporters Sam Gringlas and Rahul Bali return to “Closer Look” to provide a recap of the session. They also discuss what they are following as the 2024 presidential election nears.