House Bill 1025: this bill exemptions from state sales and use tax
use Urban Transit Systems!
HB 1026: This bill revises a provision of the Georgia Public
HB 1035: This bill allows military personal to have exemptions
states taxes while serving six months or more!
HB 1081: This bill regard revenue and taxation as to change the
interest for past due taxes.
HR 391: This legislation raises the millage rate and property
blighted properties until the owner of the blighted properties
the property, then the millage and property taxes will decline
HB 161: This bill allows school officials to arrest trespassers!
HB 1004: This bills make people who call to report an
complaint to leave their name, address and phone number.
HB 1070: This bill allows families of victims of murders to
alert, when to violator is seeking appeals or any other event.
HB 1044: This bill gives local school boards the ability to
students are allowed to use cell phones on school campus.
Senate Bill 221: This bill allows mothers to breast feed unheeded!
HB 2: This bill forms an advisory commission to make
how for the state to dispose computer equipment!
HB 1158: This bill allow hunting season for deer and bears to be
extended for a week!
HB 1174: This bill lifts the ban on the use of crossbows for
small and big game.
HB 728: This bill changes certain provisions relating to
tractors and farm equipment dealerships.
HB 1108: This bill gives powers to a commission to the Board of
Natural Recourses similar to the Georgia motor Vehicle Emissions
HB 1065: This bill allows private detectives to serve summons.
HB 1049: This bill allows a leave of absence for public officer
for donating organs and bone Marrow.
HB 1066: This bill related to torts. It provides a limitation on
liability of certified child safety passengers.
HB 995: this bill relates to annuity for savings funds of retired
teachers with a minimum of a 4% contribution.
HB 806: This creates a joint Ethanol Production study.
HB 116: This bill allows elective officials a leave of absence
from their employment!
HB 1077: This bill allows many compensation plans for many
employees of Allatcona Authority, Firemen protection fund, and
others groups to participate in state deferred compensation
HB 1090: This bill relates to facilitates claims and
against the State of Georgia.
HB 1223: This bill provides a flat fee for foreign corporations
transacting business in the state.
HB 1179: This bill deals with the application process of driver
HB 1185: This bill required that dangerous drugs have certain
registration requirements and certain treatments.
HB 1142: This bill allows victims of violent crimes to receive
instead of $10,000 in compensations!
HB 1021: This bill allows sand to be dredged from coastal harbors,
rivers, etc to be placed on adjacent beaches. The local board of
commissioners can approve this issue!
HB 1048: This bill does not allow water craft to be stored on sand
on the beach.
HB 1068: This bill allows Korean War veterans the right to receive
their diploma, because they went to war instead of finishing
HB 1100: This bill makes Health Service insurance providers pay
Senate Bill 329: This bill provides a 10% pay increase for
work in low performing schools.
SB 336: This bill allows local school board to decide if students
use cell phones at school!
SB 407: This bill sets severe penalties for parent to neglect
children in an harmful manner!
HB 1210: This bill allows customers of child care service to check
that business has been reported for child abuse!
HB 1236: This bill allows 18 paid days to military people, who are
called on emergency situations!
SB 469: This bill will make funerals have their licenses checked
their activities checked by the state.
SB 348: This bill allows camera to be placed a traffic light to
pictures of license plates, but the camera
is not allowed to take a picture of the person driving.
SB 378: This bill makes health care insurance providers to tell
costumers about the restrictions of their coverage, when they
SB 369: This bill allows hunters to plant vegetation or grain in
areas to attract deer.
HB 1268: This bill will require that an emergency alert system be
installed, so people can be warned when bad weather approaches.
HB 1481: This bill creates and enforces rules for cremations.
SB 474: This bill creates strict rules for desecration of bodies,
violator could be convicted of a felony.
HB 1192: This bill require mechanics to follow federal guidelines
installing air bags. Violator could receive a felony.
HB 488: This bill allows teachers to receive credit for service
teaching in private schools.
SB 461: This bill is suppose to stop law enforcement personal from
stopping a motorist because of race.
HB 1192: This bill protects customers from being cheated at repair
businesses. the violators can receive a felony.
HB 1128: This bill makes local Government responsible for their
in an accident.
HB 1364: This bill requires school systems to put filter on their
computer systems to protect from pornography.
SR: This bill will allow granite from Georgia to be used in a
Martin L. King, Jr. statue in Washington, DC.
SB 387: This bill puts Internet restrictions on school computers
student from accessing
SB 388: This bill adjust the quorum requirements for Board of
SB 422: This bill requires the removal of mobile homes from leased
when the land in their is a foreclose on the home.
SB 66: This bill certifies questions of state law to be submitted
SB 386: This bill adds additional qualifications for income to
zero emissions automobiles.
SB 408: This bill allows Federal and State Shipping Point Service
the Firefighters Pension fund members to participate in state
employee benefits plan.
SB 424: This establishes the Forest Heritage Trust Act of 2002.
SB 500: This bill allows Georgia to donate granite to the statue
built in Washington, DC.
SB 438: This bill allows municipalities receipt of green space
SB 406: This bill gives funds to the GIS system from alternative
to update the system in Georgia.
SB 416: This bill urges the board of trustees of the Employee's
retirement system of GA and the Teachers retirement group to
SB 100: This bill is for retirement benefits under Peace Officers
the Annuity and benefit funds.
SB 215: This bill prohibits naming state property after a living
official until they have been out of office for 5 years.
SB 465: This bill is for the Public Interest Lawyers Fund.
SB 395: This bill allows homestead exemption from a certain city
Austell of taxes.
SB 389: This bill deals with the international transfer of
SB 482 : This bill allows parents to suspend the license of their
minor for six months, if the minor has violated their license
The minor can get a 30 day driving permit. There can also be a
SB 187: This bill helps eliminates cruel sexual abuse for minors
HB 1556: This bill make background checks mandatory for bondsmen.
HB 1200: This bill gives charter schools funding and a definitions
innovate the school system.
SB 482: This is the DUI bill, this bill make DUI convictions more
SB 508: This bill gives a larger compensation to victims of
HB 369: This bill rescinds child support of a proven
HB 1002: This is the budget for 2002, $16 Billion spending, which
July, 1, 2002. 2.2 million for foreign languages, 2.7 million for
School Libraries, 3.5% teacher pay raise, 2.25% State Employee
3.5% salary increase for 4 year degree, $2 million for Trauma, $3
Million benefits for School bus drivers, etc., $3.5 Million for
HB 1001: Supplemental Budget , $709 Million for construction
$137.5 Million for rural roads, $54 million for electronic voting,
Million for Tri-State Crematory cleanup, $5 Million grants for
hospitals, $2.6 Million to purchase land in downtown Atlanta.
HB 1568: Natural Gas Consumers Act, This bill makes gas suppliers
reasonable terms and prices.
HB 1402: This bill creates a new license plate to promote the cure
HB 1433: This bill changes the wording of cities and counties for
referendum for Sunday beer and spirits in restaurant to malt
HB 1398: This bill requires Garbage Trucks to have a strobe light
installed, so motorist can see the truck.
HB 1368: This bill allows citizens to renew their drivers license
the Internet or the mail.
HB 1622: This bill make practicing dentistry with out a license a
HB 1204: This bill allows Medal of Honor winners to have an
from ad valorem tax for their automobiles.
HB 1206: This bill creates a good behavior bond ,concerning
of aggravating stalking.
HB 1667: This bill changes the appointment of House of Reps. and
members for qualifications to hold office.
SB 171: This bill changes the way local school council election
SB 200: The bill reforms the Hope Education Reform Act to provide
scholarships for low income citizens.
SB 676: This bill deals with GAE Legislative Conference Day.
SB 349: This bill allows students of home schooling to attend
SB 477: This bill creates Sept. 17 as "respect for Law day",
public schools to display the Ten Commandments, The Magna Carta,
Declaration of Independence, and the U.S. Constitution.
SB 569: This bill supports public policy to strengthen marriages
self sufficient families.
HB 1617: This bill allows the schools superintendent and all
to display copies of our national motto, "in God we trust."
SB 187: This bill , the cruelty to children act, amends punishment
abuse to children for serious injury and sexual abuse to minor
years old, a felony if convicted.
SB 475: This bill protect Georgians from identification fraud,
identity is stolen.
SB 355: This bill makes strict rule for autopsy photos.
SR 826: This referendum creates a joint committee to study the
HB 1174: This bill allows hunters to use crossbows and handguns
SB 385: Bio terrorism Bill: This bill gives the Governor the
call a public health emergency incase of an out break of an
disease, quarantine can be used if necessary.
SB 414: This bill gives the state the right to use voting machines
instead of punch ballot machines. $54 Million was allotted for
upgrade. This bill allows a citizens not on the voter list to cast
provisional ballot, which will later be determined legal and then
SB 330: This bill concerns public transport facilities. If a
avoids, interferes, or tries to disable a security measure will be
of a misdemeanor.
SB 465: This bill allows the Georgia Student Finance Authority to
establish an education forgiveness program for attorney working in
area of public interest.
SB 368: this bill gives a 10% salary supplement to teacher who has
SB 530: This bill requires bail bondmen to get 8 hours of
year to get keep their licenses.
SB 361: This bill makes makers of organic product have the said
ingredients that are named on the label.
SB 389: This bill allows the transfer and exchange of inmates with
foreign countries that have treaties with the United States.
SB 391: This bill changes the membership of the Sapelo Island
Act. This bill allows full reimbursement for expenses and
SB 370: this bill relates to the hauling and
transportation of dead
animals, you must have a permit to haul dead animals.
SB 399: This bill deals with the treatment of agriculture
that breed dogs. Local zoning rules must be followed.
SB 438: This bill creates the Georgia Green