A number of conservation-related bills came up this session, some of the fairly standard variety (whether or not to allow mining somewhere) and some of the more unusual (whether a land grant from King George III in the 1760s will mean property ownership changes in the 2020s).

A handful of them did make it all the way across the finish line and head to Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk for his signature or potential veto (that one about King George grants, HB 370, didn’t make it past Crossover Day).

Just a sampling of the bills that did pass by Sine Die: 

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