The legislature completed days 30 through 32 of the session. Only eight days are left in this legislative session!
Update to bills that CBA is tracking:
HB 307—Abandoned Motor Vehicle Act by Rep. Alan Powell (R), Hartwell, was assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Committee held a hearing only for the bill on Thursday. Changes have been made since passing the house in an effort to mitigate concerns within the bill by various parties.
HB 314—Georgia Uniform Certificate of Title for Vessels Act by Rep. Ron Stephens (R), Savannah, was passed by the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday as a substitute that included minor, technical changes.
HB 490—Banking & Finance by Rep. Jason Ridley (R), Chatsworth, was assigned to the Senate Banking & Financial Institutions Committee.
SB 37—Statute of Frauds by Sen. William T. Ligon, Jr. (R), Brunswick, was passed by the House Judiciary Welch Subcommittee on Monday. Rep. Chuck Efstration (R), Dacula, expressed some concerns with language in the bill and indicated that he would be offering an amendment once the bill moves to the full committee.
SB 162—Local Government by Sen. Matt Brass (R), Newnan, was assigned to the House Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications Committee.
SB 186—Trusts by Sen. Bill Cowsert (R), Athens, was assigned to the House Judiciary Committee.
EVP, Chief of Staff, Government & Regulatory Relations