The Georgia anti-bullying bill didn't make it to the floor of the House for a vote on the final day of the session.
"What we're hearing is they are definitely playing politics with each other and not getting much done," Georgia Equality Political Director Kyle Bailey said. "They’re just not going to let it go the floor, and it's not because of an association with Georgia Equality. It is just because it’s not a priority for them. They're working on tax cuts, education, and other issues, and our issue just isn't a priority for them."