WABE politics reporter gives update near legislative session midpoint
There are just days left before a key “make-it-or-break-it” moment in Georgia’s current legislative session.
Monday is “Crossover Day,” when each chamber pushes the legislation they want to move forward to their colleagues across the hall.
That means a flurry of bills are being brought up for a vote at the state Capitol, on topics ranging from what schools can discuss about gender and sexuality to what counts as incest.
WABE politics reporter Rahul Bali joined “All Things Considered” to recap which bills recently made the cut and which were shot down.
Two bills with a lot of attention both came up for a vote on Thursday: a bill allowing residents of Buckhead to create their own city and a bill legalizng certain types of sports betting.