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Medicaid Expansion Would Benefit Georgia Parents and Other Adults Without Insurance

November 6, 2012

Georgia has a chance to dramatically increase access to health coverage and to improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of Georgians by expanding Medicaid. Low-income parents and other working-age adults in Georgia (ages 18 to 64) would benefit the most, since they are more likely to be uninsured than other age groups.  Download the fact sheet.

 

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