Should you call a special session to propose another amendment to the Constitution, you should also consider an amendment that would overturn Carter v. Burson, 230 Ga. 511 (1973), which is the judicial opinion behind which Judge Russell could take cover.
For those of you who are not aware, Article 10, § 1, ¶ 2 of the Georgia Constitution states
When more than one amendment is submitted at the same time, they shall be so submitted as to enable the electors to vote on each amendment separately, provided that one or more new articles or related changes in one or more articles may be submitted as a single amendment.
The courts have interpreted this to mean
The test of whether … a constitutional amendment violates the multiple subject matter rule is whether all of the parts of … the constitutional amendment are germane to the accomplishment of a single objective.
Goldrush II v. City of Marietta, 267 Ga. 683 (1997), quoting Carter v. Burson, 230 Ga. 511 (1973). The courts, I think wrongly, created this “multiple subject matter rule