GBPI says full Medicaid expansion is more fiscally responsible than Georgia’s waiver plan

The state legislature has a $6.6 billion surplus heading into the next fiscal year, and the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute says a lot more resources are being directed at the governor’s Medicaid expansion plan.

Gov. Brian Kemp’s plan adds eligibility for Medicaid coverage to Georgians earning less than $12,000 a year, but only if they are working, attending school or involved in job training.

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