In the 2018 Georgia legislative session, lawmakers mulled over a variety of proposals—some have succeeded, others have failed, and still others are stuck in limbo, as Gov. Nathan Deal still has a few weeks left to use his veto power.

The Daily Report looked at three bills and how they fared in the latest session: a constitutional referendum that would create a statewide business court; a misdemeanor bail reform bill; and the Hidden Predator Act, which sought to provide greater legal remedies to adult victims of childhood sexual abuse.

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