Free football tickets could soon disappear for Georgia's state lawmakers.
Georgia's General Assembly will vote on a proposed ethics reform measure during the upcoming session. It includes a lobbyist gift ban that could axe football tickets.
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constutution, some state schools use the games as a lobbying tool to get lawmakers on-campus to show them what the schools are doing. Schools rely on funding from the state budget.
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