As Published in the AJC Former drug offenders and their families who struggle financially could get better access to nutrition assistance to help them on a path to a lawful, productive life. Some financially struggling rural hospitals stand to get
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As published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution April 29, 2015 Kills jobs. Bad for business. Hurts the economy. Minimum wage detractors have pushed those arguments for decades and they’re common parlance among some legislators and lobbyists. But those claims are no
GBPI Education Analyst Cedric Johnson is quoted on REACH scholarships and how it can create an uneven playing field among students. Read full article here.
GBPI Executive Director Alan Essig is quoted on Baxter plant incentives issue and whether or not it is beneficial to the state. Read full article here.
GBPI Director of Healthy Policy Tim Sweeney discusses $63 million funding gap for health insurance plans for state workers and retirees. Tim is quoted in the full article.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution features GBPI Deputy Director Taifa Butler’s Op-ed on HOPE’s shortcomings and the necessity of HOPE reform.Read the Essay.