"Obamacare has left Georgians with far fewer choices and far higher costs, as health insurance premiums skyrocketed in the Peach State by more than 105% in just three years," said
"Since the passage of the Patients First Act in 2019, we have worked with a team of experts and the
"For decades, states have been treated inside the beltway less like the laboratories of democracy they are and more like executive departments of
Under the leadership of
Georgia Pathways, approved under a 1115 Medicaid waiver, will allow these Georgians to apply for Medicaid or reimbursement for employer-sponsored insurance, as long as they participate in at least 80 hours a month of a "qualifying activity" such as work, volunteering or workforce training.
CMS has completed its review of