CHAT with Sen. Rhett on Closing the Coverage Gap

Video series Consumer Health Advocacy Today: We spoke with Sen. Rhett about his proposal to close Georgia’ss coverage gap.

Video series Consumer Health Advocacy Today: We spoke with Sen. Rhett about his proposal to close Georgia’ss coverage gap.

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