In 2013, Georgia leaders had the chance to prepare to accept $3 billion in federal money to expand Medicaid at the state’s first opportunity the next year. Instead they decided to wait and see if 2014 national elections would undercut the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act survived 2014 intact, so state leaders decided to wait and see if the Congressional turnover that took effect in 2015 ushered in repeal of the federal health care law. Read the full article on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
New GBPI/UGA Poll Shows Georgians Support State Investments to Boost Health, Education, and Economic Mobility
A new poll commissioned by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (GBPI) and the University