Crossover Day is looming, and members of the Georgia Senate took advantage of a full day of voting Monday to get bills across the line before Thursday’s deadline. This included four bills that promote workforce development, another that protects small businesses, and yet another that is aimed at combating cyberbullying and addressing youth mental health as it pertains to social media.

“I will never apologize in the fight to protect Georgia’s youth. Social media can be a very useful tool, however there are instances in which we must rein in Big Tech in order to protect the health and safety of our children,” said Lt. Gov. Burt Jones after the passage of the ‘Protecting Georgia’s Children on Social Media Act.’ 

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