Deadline approaches for Perdue

November 16, 2009 7:54:18 AM PST
The General Assembly left the bills on her desk last month before leaving town. The state constitution gives Perdue until midnight Thursday to sign or veto legislation. Those not considered within the 30-day window automatically become law.

She still has five of 108 bills to consider. One bill would make clear that requests made by General Assembly employees to state agencies are exempt from the public records law.

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