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Georgia Legislative Review

The Georgia Legislative Review (GLR) is an annual report published by the W.E.B. Du Bois Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy. Its primary purpose is to provide both scholars and the general public with an in-depth analysis of the major bills and policy decisions made after the Georgia Legislative session.

 

Additionally, the GLR aims to stay current by addressing contemporary issues relevant to Georgia. These include social justice matters, women's rights, housing policies, and other pressing concerns affecting the state's residents.

 

One unique feature of the GLR is its grading system for legislators. They evaluate legislators based on their voting records and how those records impact the quality of life for Black individuals in Georgia. This approach highlights the publication's focus on advocating for the interests and well-being of the Black community in the state.

 

Overall, the GLR serves as a valuable resource for those interested in understanding the legislative process and the impact of policy decisions in Georgia, particularly as they relate to issues of importance to marginalized communities.

2024 GLR

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