photos by Robin Kemp

When the Georgia Assembly adjourns for the last time during a session, they do so “sine die”–indefinitely. Just as graduates toss their caps, it’s a tradition for lawmakers to toss the bills they’ve battled over.

Here’s a look at sine die for the 2020-2021 session of the Georgia House, a session marked by managing and living through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, two historic elections at the federal level, a bitterly-fought backlash over voting changes here at home, and the arrest of one member who knocked at the governor’s door, asking to see him sign those changes into law:

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