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Month: March 2024

GHF legislative update: March 25

Legislative Update: Week 11

In this week’s update:

  • GHF testifies to close Georgia’s coverage gap
  • Budget updates 
  • Legislation on the move: housing, paid leave, Medicaid financing, & more!
  • GHF’s got you covered this session!


GHF legislative update: March 18

Legislative Update: Week 10

In this week’s update:

  • Action alert: Close Georgia’s Coverage Gap!
  • Action alert: Send HB 404 to the floor for a vote! 
  • Action alert: Urge your Senator to say NO to HB 1170 new substitute language!
  • Legislation on the move: minimum wages for people with disabilities, naloxone, & more!
  • Join GHF’s new coalition!
  • GHF’s got you covered this session!


2 Action Alerts: YES on housing & NO to bans on youth health services!

Make your voice heard! The Senate Rules committee needs to hear from you about 2 bills! 

How can you help? Both action alerts below are directed towards the Senate Rules Committee. Calls are more effective than emails. We suggest starting with two calls to Committee Chair Matt Brass (404-656-0057) and Vice Chair Frank Ginn (404-656-9222) about both bills. Calls to other committee members are also encouraged! Refer to the action alerts below for helpful talking points and please be respectful and courteous to whoever answers the phone.

Thank you for your advocacy! 


GHF legislative update: March 11

Legislative Update: Week 9

In this week’s update:

  • Action alert: Urge Senators to modify HB 1339!
  • Amended FY25 budget updates 
  • Bills on the move: Parental leave and children’s residential treatment programs 
  • Crossover Day correction: HB 1125
  • Advocacy events: Housing Day at the Capitol
  • GHF’s got you covered this session!

Action alert: Urge your Senators to amend HB 1339!


GHF legislative update: March 4

Legislative Update: Crossover Day Recap

Thursday was the 28th day of the Georgia legislative session, which is also called Crossover Day. Crossover Day is the final day for a bill to cross from its chamber of origin to the opposite chamber to remain viable for this legislative session.

Today, we run down which consumer health bills made it through and which did not. We have primarily focused on bills that were covered in our previous legislative updates.

Note: After the flurry of activity on Thursday, we are still working to update our legislative tracker with the current status of each bill. While many are updated, it is best to find the bill you are interested in and click through to find the full information about the bill’s status on legis.ga.gov. 


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Experts urge Georgia to reform health insurance system
Wilborn P. Nobles III

Health care researchers and advocates want Georgia to implement new policies across its health insurance system as the state concludes its yearlong process of redetermining eligibility for Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.