WABE politics team breaks down tears and triumphs during Georgia's Sine Die

Lawmakers in the Georgia House look to see the results of a vote on the last day of the legislative session, Thursday, March 28, 2024. (Matthew Pearson/WABE)

Sine Die is over under the Gold Dome, marking an end to Georgia’s 2024 legislative session. That means lawmakers are out of time to get their bills passed.

The ones that did are headed to Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk for his signature. Other bills will not make it that far and are considered dead, at least for now.

WABE politics reporter Rahul Bali was at the Georgia Capitol for pretty much the last 24 hours of the session. He joined WABE’s “Morning Edition” live to break down the chaotic race to the finish, and the atmosphere until he and the rest of the WABE politics team walked out of the building at roughly 3:30 a.m. Friday.

Lily Oppenheimer contributed to this report.