Georgia Revenue Primer for State Fiscal Year 2024

Introduction Georgia’s 2024 fiscal year (FY) runs from July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024. The total available …

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Gov. Kemp Sets New Precedent: $242 Million in Non-Binding Budget Disregards, $13.1 Million in Line-Item Vetoes

With Gov. Brian P. Kemp’s signature, Georgia’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 budget became law ahead of the state’s …

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Surviving not Thriving: Post-Pandemic Economic Security for Black Women and Latinas in Georgia

In 2021, GBPI reflected on the unequal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on economic security for Black women …

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New Legislation and Continued Failure to Expand Medicaid Put Georgia’s Health Care Safety Net on Uncertain Path

State Plans to Launch Two New, State-Run Health Care Programs While Unwinding Medicaid Continuous Coverage In April 2023, …

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Sine Die 2023 Recap

Legislative Session 2023 finished in the usual flurry of maneuvers and votes that lasted until the final minutes …

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2023 Georgia Medicaid Unwinding: Grassroots Advocacy Toolkit

Starting in April 2023, Georgia will have about a year to unwind the pandemic-era Medicaid continuous coverage policy …

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Unemployment Insurance Bill Analysis: House Bill 518 and Senate Bill 160

    As of Crossover Day, March 6, 2023, Georgia’s House and Senate each voted to pass unemployment …

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Fact Sheet: Voucher Dollars Take from the Many to Benefit the Few

    Using data from the state’s expenses for the existing tax credit voucher and comparing to population …

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Bill Analysis: SB 233

Key Takeaways Senate Bill 233 is conservatively projected to cost an additional $150 million upon full implementation This …

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Crossover Day 2023: Modest Safety Net Reforms Advance; Tax Rebates and School Vouchers Create Potential Budget Holes

Yesterday, March 6, marked Crossover Day 2023, the day by which a bill generally must pass out of …

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Education Equity is Good for DACA Recipients and Georgia | Bill Analysis: House Bill 131 (LC 49 1187)

    This bill analysis was co-authored by Crystal Muñoz, Immigration Analyst. In 2008, the State of Georgia …

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As Medicaid Unwinding Draws Near, Legislators Should Invest in DFCS Staff to Help Keep Eligible Georgians from Losing Health Coverage

The Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) eligibility workers, some of whom process Medicaid cases and who …

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