Not really, but Robert Brown’s bill to create a list of people who don’t want anything named after them when they pass on was tabled:
A House committee voted 4-0 to table S.B. 191 after a representative for Secretary of State Karen Handel spoke against it.
In essence, Georgia is too good for the legislation. Too modest. So many people might sign up that the list could become an unacceptable financial burden for the secretary of state, whose staff would have to maintain it.
“That could go on forever. You could have tens of thousands of people calling to have their names put on the list,” said Michael O’Sullivan, legislative affairs director for Handel.