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(a) It is the policy of the General Assembly that legislative information concerning the activities of the General Assembly may be made readily and widely available in electronic format on a timely basis.
(b) The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives may provide legislative information in electronic format to the GeorgiaNet Division of the Georgia Technology Authority for purposes of public distribution as provided in Code Section 50-25-14. The information may be provided on at least a daily basis in the most current format available. The information provided may include at a minimum: available schedules and agenda for committee meetings; available bill and resolution status information; and full text of all available prefiled and introduced versions of bills and resolutions, including amendments and substitutes. The information provided may include such other matters as will in the determination of the Secretary and the Clerk contribute to the purposes of this Code section. The Georgia Technology Authority shall work with the General Assembly to develop a single Internet site for the Georgia General Assembly. The content and the format of the General Assembly Internet site shall be determined by the Legislative Services Committee.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Georgia Code Title 28. General Assembly § 28-3-24.1 - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ga/title-28-general-assembly/ga-code-sect-28-3-24-1/
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