It's crunch time at the state Capitol as the legislative session barrels towards Crossover Day on Thursday.
That's essentially the last day a bill has to pass out of either the House or the Senate to be considered through the rest of the 40-day session.
Several high-profile measures have yet to cross over, including two abortion bills, a proposed state takeover of Atlanta's airport, a hate crimes bill and several health care proposals. Others, like the governor's proposal for Medicaid waivers and a sweeping voting bill have made it out and are working through the legislative process.
Tuesday will be the last legislative day before the marathon Crossover Day session, with Wednesday being a day dedicated to committee meetings to help advance those bills to the floor.
Stay with GPB News this week as we bring you updates on all the bills that have passed, are waiting to be passed and have not passed during this session.