Access to Quality Health Care Hearing for SB 106 – ‘Patients First Act’ Though our Georgia legislators are confident the federal administration will support a partial Medicaid waiver, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute still believes a better waiver design will
The following is a summary of a presentation on College Affordability delivered by GBPI Higher Education Analyst Jennifer Lee. Increasing college completion among low-income students is a necessity for Georgia and a higher education goal for GBPI. Financial challenges create
Georgia’s lottery-funded HOPE Scholarships and Grants are among the state’s most well-known programs, and thousands of students benefit from them. However, GBPI’s analysis shows that most students, many of modest means, do not benefit from the state’s primary financial aid
Given by: Timothy Sweeney, Director of Health Policy | March 5, 2014 Overview of Recent Changes to GA State Health Benefit Plan
Presentation: Tim Sweeney, Director of Health Policy, Georgia Budget & Policy InstituteOctober 31, 2013 | The Carter Center | 2013 Fall Policy Forum Download the presentation.
On Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, Voices for Georgia’s Children hosted its eighth annual pre-legislative session breakfast for the Georgia Children’s Advocacy Network (GA-CAN!). GA-CAN! members presented their 2012 legislative priorities and coalition legislative opportunities. GBPI Senior Policy Analyst Clare Richie presented
In 2010, as part of a joint effort, the Georgia Budget & Policy Institute participated in a statewide tour to educate Georgians about the Affordable Care Act and its implications on the state. GBPI was one of four sponsors that