Today is Sine Die… translated from latin means, we leave a big mess for the citizens of Georgia to clean up, no, really it does.

Any bets on if the AZ style immigration bill makes it to the Gov’s desk.. I give it a 2 in 5 chance.

Will there be a brawl in the Senate chamber involving Cagle, Staton and Rogers? I give that a 4 in 5 chance. If Sen. Curt Thompson is the one to break it up, I’ll buy everyone’s drinks.

The Tip Line is always open.. just saying.

I’ll be taking nominations for heros and villains all day, make your case in the comments.

Good luck everyone.

 

6 Responses to Georgia General Assembly Open Thread

  1. JMPrince says:

    ‘Cause no one else will: “9 Things The Rich Don’t Want You To Know About Taxes” by David Cay Johnston:
    http://www.wweek.com/portland/article-17350-9_things_the_rich_dont_want_you_to_know_about_taxes.html

    JMP

  2. JMPrince says:

    Tried to get this in by Monday, but it was held over. This ‘reform bill’ I suspect is still a ‘live’ worry for the special session too:
    http://cartersville.patch.com/articles/road-kill-courtesy-of-new-tax-laws
    JMP

  3. Gunner says:

    Anybody know how the Sunday Sales thingy works? Is it automatically on the ballot or do the local cities and/or counties have to choose to put it on or petition drive to get it on the ballot or does the Miller High Life guy roll into town and just deem it to be so? Little help please….

  4. EGaluszka says:

    I find it increasingly hilarious that Republicans continue to push these anti-immigration bills across the country when the charter one in Arizona keeps getting blocked by the courts.