Georgia's legislature convened Monday in Atlanta, and a rough list of legislative priorities still is shaping up.
Both parties say they view the start of Governor Nathan Deal's second and final term in office as an opportunity to get some work done. But these protesters in the state capitol had some issues with their governing body.
Transportation funding is expected to be a top priority. A recent report estimated at least 1 billion-dollars is needed to maintain Georgia's existing roads, bridges and transit options.