Regressive Revenue Perpetuates Poverty: Why Georgia’s Fines and Fees Need Immediate Reform
Regressive Revenue Perpetuates Poverty: Why Georgia’s Fines and Fees Need Immediate Reform
Sponsorship Opportunities for Insights 2023
Sponsorship Opportunities for Insights 2023
Insights 2023: Equitable Budgeting Makes Perfect Sense
Insights 2023: Equitable Budgeting Makes Perfect Sense
Keeping Georgians Covered: Tools for Minimizing the Harm of the Medicaid Unwinding
Keeping Georgians Covered: Tools for Minimizing the Harm of the Medicaid Unwinding
Long-term Health Impact of COVID-19: Planning for Children Who Have Lost a Caregiver and Adults Experiencing Long COVID
Long-term Health Impact of COVID-19: Planning for Children Who Have Lost a Caregiver and Adults Experiencing Long COVID
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Regressive Revenue Perpetuates Poverty: Why Georgia’s Fines and Fees Need Immediate Reform

Introduction Georgia is the number one jurisdiction in the world for percentage of population under correctional control.[1] This …

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Keeping Georgians Covered: Tools for Minimizing the Harm of the Medicaid Unwinding

    Since the start of the pandemic-era Medicaid continuous coverage requirement, Medicaid enrollment has grown substantially, and …

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Long-term Health Impact of COVID-19: Planning for Children Who Have Lost a Caregiver and Adults Experiencing Long COVID

Thank you to Mandy Alderman of COVID Survivors for Change for sharing her personal story.  In 2021, COVID-19 …

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New Survey Suggests School Districts Need State Funding to Better Implement Paid Parental Leave

Like other workers, our public school and state employees, who serve Georgians every day, deserve supports and assistance …

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