A number of bills easily passed the state House this past week, including three related to education Thursday.
The first of these bills, House Bill 91, would eliminate the Georgia High School Graduation Test as a requirement for graduation. The bill passed easily, 172-0, with three not voting and five excused.
Eight minutes later, the House passed HB 52, which involves custody fights between parents. The court ruling over the case would determine when a parenting plan would be submitted.
That passed 174-0, with one not voting and five excused.
Six minutes later, HB 65 was passed with a 170-1 vote.