State control would increase if GOP health plan becomes law

Georgia and other states would have more control over health care — its rules, spending and benefits — under the bill that passed the U.S. House on Thursday. The revised version of the Republican-backed health bill, approved narrowly in the House, would allow states to get waivers to create insurance regulations much different from the current Affordable Care Act requirements. Read the full article on the Athens Banner-Herald. 

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