Georgia is budgeting about $4 billion for health care in 2014, the second largest category of state investment. More than half of that is for Medicaid and PeachCare. People enrolled in the Aged, Blind, Disabled Medicaid program account for the bulk of the spending. The health care section also explains that if Georgia expands Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, 500,000 people will gain health insurance and the state will get a significant economic jolt.  Download the report.

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