Governor Kemp Signs First Legislative Bill
Friday, February 15, 2019 9:17 AM
This morning at 8:30 AM Governor Brian Kemp signed into law SB25 into law with Trey Studstill, a representative of GAPT, present for the event. This bill reverses the changes that were made by HB 978 during the 2018 session. Senator Bill Heath sponsored the bill within the Senate, where it passed with 55 Yea votes and 0 Nay votes. Within the House, it passed with 171 Yea votes and 0 Nay votes. With Governor Kemp’s signature the law immediately changed.
Here is a link to the bill As Passed:
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