It was one of the quickest Crossover Days in recent history Monday as lawmakers worked feverishly to get their bills passed through one of the chambers. Some of the state’s most controversial bills stayed alive with passage, but others didn’t survive.

Senators gave their okay to a resolution that SR 675, which would provide for a Constitutional Amendment that would make English the official language of Georgia. Resolution sponsor Sen. Josh McKoon (R-Columbus) called it “a common sense resolution,” that follows a similar state law adopted in 1996. 

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