The “heartbeat” anti-abortion bill Gov. Brian Kemp pushed through the General Assembly this year will not take effect Jan. 1 as intended, blocked by... Health care laws taking effect Jan. 1

The “heartbeat” anti-abortion bill Gov. Brian Kemp pushed through the General Assembly this year will not take effect Jan. 1 as intended, blocked by a federal judge. But more than a dozen less-controversial measures Georgia lawmakers enacted during the 2019 legislative session will become law with the coming of the new year.

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