There is a link on this screen which will also lead you to previous legislative sessions back to 1995-96 ( a separate website ), so it is possible to locate marked-up house and Senate bills back to 1995. Main page contains the 10 most recent documents from the current legislative session (conduct a word search to find additional bills). Historic Georgia Digests and Codes - this digitized collection from the University of Georgia Law School represents all of the various versions of the laws of Georgia beginning "from its first establishment as a British province" in 1799 through the Code of 1933. To access archived versions, click on "Georgia Statutes Annotated - Historical" under "Tools & Resources." West's Code is archived back to 2002. Their findings are contained in the Peach Sheets of the GSU Law Review (see below).
Georgia Public Broadcasting Television (GPB) - provides live gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Georgia General Assembly. This code became effective November 1, 1982, and is commonly refererred to as the "Code of 1981." The OCGA recodified and reclassified the general laws of Georgia, eliminated obsolete and unconstitutional laws, and repealed the "Code of 1933." Laws become effective July 1st of the year of passage, unless specified otherwise. (Older OCGA volumes since 1982, and bound pocket parts since 1994, are located in Fourth Floor Storage.)West's Code of Georgia Annotated - hardcopy - the unofficial publication of Georgia statutes currently in force. Note: To convert a former Harrison code section number to the O. Articles include analysis, personal interviews with legislators and sponsors of bills, and references to articles in the Atlanta Journal.
In addition, "Prime time Lawmakers" airs Monday through Friday at am and pm and covers each day's legislative session. The law library's collection is complete from 1820. This publication also includes references to applicable state regulations and West/Westlaw topic and key numbers following a code section. The Peach Sheets are available on GSU website and on Lexis Advance and Westlaw in the Georgia State University Law Review databases.
Georgia Laws - 1799 - 1999 available through Galileo - Searchable full text collection of the Acts of the General Assembly, the House Journals, and the Senate Journals. Each volume is indexed, and there are no cumulative indices. Hein Online also provides coverage of the Peach Sheets back to 1985 in the GSU Law Review database (PDF format).
You can search by keyword, or, if you have a citation to Georgia Laws, i.e., 1992 Ga. The print versions of the fall issues of GSU Law Review are located in the Mulberry Wing, and they include a Table of Code Sections Affected and a bill index.
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Georgia Constitution - Current version is available in PDF from the Georgia Secretary of State website. and in volumes 2 and 3 of the print West Code of Georgia Annotated.
(The current Georgia constitution which was ratified on November 2, 1982, and became effective July 1, 1983, repeals older constitutions). Bills - Georgia General Assembly website - The Georgia General Assembly has met annually or biennially since 1777.
The annotated version can be found in volume 2 of the print O. Annual session begin on the 2nd Monday in January and run for 40 Legislative days.