Women Working Ahead: An Economic Opportunity Agenda for Georgia Women Women represent a majority of Georgia’s adult population and nearly half of the state’s workforce. In more than half of all Georgia households with children, women are primary or co-breadwinners. Join us as we present, Women Working Ahead: An Economic Opportunity Agenda for Georgia Women.
Understanding Medicaid in Georgia and the Opportunity to Improve It The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute and Georgians for a Healthy Future today announce the joint release of “Understanding Medicaid in Georgia and the Opportunity to Improve It.” In this three-part booklet you will find infographics, new data and compelling charts that simplify the complex issue of Medicaid in Georgia.… [Read more]
A Bottom-Up Tax Cut to Build Georgia’s Middle Class Building a better Georgia, with a strong economy and vibrant businesses, requires a more resilient middle class and more opportunities for working families to climb the economic ladder. One of the best tools to help ensure that Georgians broadly share in that prosperity is a state-level Earned Income Tax Credit… [Read more]
Several remedies show promise for Georgia’s health care provider shortage Ellijay’s North Georgia Medical Center closed last week, the state’s latest rural hospital to shutter. /GBPI staff photo. Last week, the North Georgia Medical Center in Ellijay, Georgia closed and left yet another county with a shortage of hospital beds. In light of this and other recent hospital closures, a… [Read more]
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