The Georgia Constitution requires that both the House of Representatives and Senate maintain a journal of their proceedings (Ga. Const. art III, § V, ¶ I). The House Journal is a chronological record of the official actions taken by the House of Representatives on legislation.The Journal includes captions of Bills and Resolutions, reports of standing committees, substitutes and amendments offered, votes, motions made by Representatives, communications received, messages from the Senate, and other pertinent information.
The index is arranged alphabetically by subject matter and numerically by Bill or Resolution number. Alphabetical entries reference a Bill or Resolution number while numerical entries reference a page number.Users may consult the alphabetical index to first determine the appropriate Bill or Resolution number and then refer to the numerical index for the specific page number. Users may view the Journal by legislative day, page number, or calendar day.
2012 House Journal
House Journals from previous legislative sessions may be accessed HERE
*For official records of the House or the Clerk of the House, please call (404) 656-5015 or write:
Clerk of the House, 309 State Capitol, Atlanta, GA 30334