Georgia’s own Attorney General Sam Olens said that a portion of HB87 is ambiguous and will probably be dropped. Once section of HB87 that says public benefits applicants must submit copies of their identification in person. Georgia's Attorney General said that it would not be proper to prosecute government officials for allowing such identification to be submitted electronically.
That should be a relief to County Commissioners who just cannot handle the volume of in-person applicants. But they would still be required to review electronically filed documents.