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Editorial: Politicians look to ride legislative success as campaigns heat up
Emory Dunahoo, R-Gillsville, reacts as fellow House members throw up paper at the conclusion of the legislative session in the House Chamber on Sine Die, the last day of the General Assembly at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta on Tuesday, April 5, 2022. (Branden Camp/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
The Georgia General Assembly made it to the traditional closing call of “Sine Die” on Monday, leaving in its wake new laws for the governor to consider signing, dashed dreams of supporters of bills that failed to pass and, as often is the case, more than just a little chaos and confusion over exactly what it all means.