With a little time to reflect after emerging from this year’s legislative session, it’s now time for the annual tradition of following up on what the heck just happened. Two prominent groups recently published their scorecards of how, in their eyes, lawmakers performed. Americans for Prosperity Georgia and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce are both ostensibly conservative groups but occasionally may see issues differently as it relates to business. Both groups generally shy away from more social issues.

Americans for Prosperity’s (AFP) stated goal is limited government and economic freedom. They chose a few bills that they feel define whether a legislator was working towards those goals or against them. There is then either a red X or a green check mark, with the occasional E for Excused or NV for Not Voting, based on how a legislator voted. 

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