GA: New Laws Regulate Hemp Products, Set Standards for Rental Property, and Cut Income Taxes

Source; US News & World Report

“Georgia on Monday imposed new restrictions on the sale of hemp products, required some basic standards for rented residences, cut income taxes and required cash bail for dozens of new crimes. Those are among many laws passed earlier this year by the General Assembly that took effect on July 1. Part of the bail law, which limits the ability of individuals and charitable groups to post bail for others, was put on hold Friday by a federal judge after a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality was filed.” (07/01/24)