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147th Georgia General Assembly

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Covid-19
Meeting place  Georgia State Capitol
President of the Senate  Mark Taylor (D)
Members  180 (107 D, 72 R, 1 D)
Members  56 (30 R, 26 D)
Party control  Republican Party
Speaker of the House  Terry Coleman (D)
147th Georgia General Assembly

The 2003 regular session of the 147th General Assembly of the U.S. state of Georgia met from January 13, 2003 at 10:00 am, to Friday, April 25 at midnight, at which time both houses adjourned sine die. This was the longest legislative session in more than a century. 122 general House bills, 174 local House bills, 77 general Senate bills and 41 local Senate bills passed both chambers of the legislature and were sent to the governor for his signature.

The 2004 regular session of the Georgia General Assembly opened at 10:00 am on Monday, January 12, 2004, and adjourned sine die at midnight on Wednesday, April 7, 2004. The legislature passed 138 general House bills, 160 local House bills, 71 general Senate bills and 25 local Senate bills, which were sent to the governor for his signature.

In addition, Governor Sonny Perdue called for a special session, which met from May 3, 2004, to May 7, 2004, in order to handle the unbalanced budget that had been passed at the end of the regular session.

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