The 2020 Legislative Session kicked off on Monday, January 13, 2020 and we completed days one through four of this 40-day legislative session. The 2020 session will be the second session of a two-year term of the Georgia Assembly. So, all bills introduced during the 2019 session that did not pass and were not defeated will be live bills for the 2020 session. To review some of the outstanding bills that may be debated and voted upon from last session, please look at the 2019 Legislation CBA is Tracking document for more information. We will continue to closely watch bills that may have an impact on our industry.
HR 879 sets the schedule for the legislative session through Day 14. While the legislature will not officially be in session next week, next week is reserved for budget hearings.
EVP, Chief of Staff, Government & Regulatory Relations
Lori represents and protects the interests of community banks during Georgia’s General Assembly, calls on banks throughout the year, oversees the Association’s PAC/PR fundraising efforts and assists with our Banker Regulatory Forums.
Legislation CBA is Tracking