House Study Committees
Joint Human Trafficking Study Commission
HR 1151 created a 13 member study joint committee of House and Senate members to examine Georgia's system of care for victims of human trafficking. The study committee abolish on January 1, 2013.
Comprehensive Motor Vehicle & Traffic Reform (TITLE 40)
HR 1731 creates the House Comprehensive Motor Vehicle and Traffic Reform Study Committee. The study committee will undertake a comprehensive study and determine how best to modernize and organize Georgia's motor vehicle and traffic provisions into a more equitable manageable system for all Georgians.
State Education Finance Study Commission
HB 192, which passed during the 2011 legislative session, established the State Education Finance Study Commission to undertake a comprehensive review of the method of funding schools in Georgia. The 20-member Commission includes appointments by the Governor, Lt. Governor, Speaker of the House as well as the State School Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer from the Department of Education. Areas to be studied include core student funding, funding equity, state/local funding partnership and others. Interim recommendations are due September 30, 2011 and final recommendations are due September 30, 2012 with final proposed legislation due December 31, 2012.