The third day of the legislative special session was, “another wasted day at the taxpayers’ expense,” according to Rep. Candy Spence Ezzell, R-Roswell. Legislators convened at 11 a.m. on Thursday. After starting late, Ezzell said legislators were on the floor for less than 40 minutes. The sole presentation for the day was that performed by the Fiesta de Santa Fe Mariachi Band.
Rep. Bob Wooley, R-Roswell, echoed Ezzell’s sentiments, stating the session was in slow motion. Wooley said that he had spoken with state senators and learned that the upper house is also moving slowly. “We have great hopes things will start clicking,” he said.
Determined to make the best use of their time, local legislators are working outside of the Roundhouse on redistricting plans. “We as members of the Southeastern corridor of the state have been working extensively on redistricting Login to read more