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The 2019 legislative session is over. What did the General Assembly do?
The legislative session is over and done, and all that’s left to do is obey the new laws, most of which take effect July 1.
Georgia is #11 in the U.S. with opioid overdose deaths. Fortunately, we have the education and training to slow down this terrible disease and save the lives of our loved ones.
Who speaks for you in the federal government? Learn about who creates US laws, and find out who represents you from Georgia.
Do you know who speaks for you in state government? Learn about who’s responsible for creating state laws, and find out who represents you in the Georgia General Assembly.
Learn about window tint laws in this final piece of the driver and vehicle laws infographic.
As time goes on, you need to renew your driver's license and vehicle registration. Learn how!
Learn about some of the most important legal information related to your car and driver's license.
All bills that were passed during this year's legislative session and then signed by Governor Deal go into effect on July 1. Find out which bills might effect you!
Do you ever wonder how state laws are created? See the process and learn how you can be involved!