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Expand Medicaid in Georgia

Far too many Georgians are living without health insurance simply because they live in a state that has refused to expand Medicaid. These folks are in the “Medicaid Gap,” living sicker and dying younger than those with health insurance.

Latest Updates

February 27, 2024
Georgia

ATLANTA, Georgia – February 27, 2024 – The Georgia House passed H.B. 1339 today, which in part forms a health care coverage commission. The commission is a starting point but is not a sufficient solution for providing access to more than 400,000 Georgians who need comprehensive and affordable health coverage.

February 26, 2024
Georgia

ATLANTA, Georgia – February 26, 2024 – Today the Georgia House health committee passed H.B. 1339, a bill which forms a health care coverage commission. The commission is a starting point for providing access to more than 400,000 Georgians to comprehensive, affordable health coverage, but should not replace immediate action

February 21, 2024
Georgia

ATLANTA, Georgia – February 20, 2024 – The Georgia legislature today filed a bill to form a comprehensive health care coverage commission, a starting point for ensuring more than 400,000 Georgians have access to comprehensive, affordable coverage. In response, Julie Vojtech, Government Relations Director for the American Cancer Society Cancer

February 2, 2024
Georgia

ATLANTA, Ga. – Feb. 2, 2024 – More than 50 cancer patients, survivors and their families and caregivers from throughout Georgia will be out in force at the State Capitol next Tuesday, February 6 to meet with lawmakers to ask them to support policies that reduce the burden of

State Contacts

Jill Arnold
Grassroots Manager, Georgia
Julie Vojtech
Government Relations Director
Stacy Jacobson
Sr. Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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