Legislation aimed at shielding businesses and medical providers from lawsuits brought by persons who contract coronavirus has cleared a key hurdle in the Georgia... COVID lawsuit protections move in Georgia Senate

Legislation aimed at shielding businesses and medical providers from lawsuits brought by persons who contract coronavirus has cleared a key hurdle in the Georgia Senate.  The COVID-19 legal liability measures were tacked onto a bill whose original intent was to create a specialty license plate for the Georgia Tennis Foundation that would read, “Play Tennis!”

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