Friday, June 26, 2020 was “Sine Die” or the 40th and final legislative day of the 2019–2020 legislative session at the Georgia General Assembly.

  • The legislative session was suspended since March 13, 2020 but resumed earlier this month for the remaining 11 days of the legislative session.
  • In the last days of the legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly passed key legislation, including conformity to the federal tax law, a new rideshare fee, changes to interest payments on direct pay permit holder’s refund claims, and amendments to the film tax credit.
  • However, bills limiting tax credits and exemptions, eliminating or reducing administrative deference at the Tax Tribunal, legalizing online sports betting, and facilitating contingency fees failed to pass.

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