As the Georgia General Assembly proceeds through the 2021 legislative session, marquee issues such as voting laws and the state budget are expected to dominate the debate under the Gold Dome. But state Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick, R-east Cobb, is working on some unfinished business from last year’s session. On Jan. 12, Kirkpatrick filed a bill that will amend sections of state law to increase oversight and regulation of the use of anesthesia in private medical practices.
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Marietta Daily Journal