Three things to know about Geor­gia’s spe­cial leg­isla­tive ses­sion

<div>Three things to know about Georgia's special legislative session</div>

Gov. Bri­an Kemp (R‑GA) has called the Geor­gia leg­is­la­ture to a spe­cial ses­sion this week for a vari­ety of mat­ters fac­ing the Peach State.
The spe­cial ses­sion was pro­claimed by Kemp last month after the state’s leg­isla­tive maps were struck down by a fed­er­al judge. Dur­ing the ses­sion, law­mak­ers are expect­ed to take up sev­er­al mat­ters affect­ing the state, includ­ing the gas tax and craft­ing new leg­isla­tive maps. Here are three things to know about the issues set to be dis­cussed at the spe­cial ses­sion.
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Leg­isla­tive maps
The cur­rent leg­isla­tive maps for the Peach State, which were insti­tut­ed in 2021 based on the 2020 cen­sus, were struck down in Octo­ber by a fed­er­al judge.
The judge ruled the state and con­gres­sion­al leg­isla­tive maps vio­lat­ed Sec­tion 2 of …