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We no longer have a legislature
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I wish I could tell you that Georgia's lawmakers are getting better at the way they handle the people's business, but that would be a lie. This year's General Assembly session ended the same way other recent sessions have ended: In chaos and confusion, with the final day extending far beyond midnight. We no longer have a legislature in the sense that most people think of one: A group of elected representatives who introduce bills, take the time to perfect them, and then make an informed vote to either pass them or reject them.