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Health Care Tax Proposal


On Wednesday, February 17th, a proposal to tax Georgia hospitals and health plans to cover a shortfall in the state's Medicaid budget had its first hearing in a House Appropriations subcommittee. The tax, while estimated to raise monies upwards of $250 million, would require health care providers to raise rates for patients with private insurance. The plan could cost Georgians more in terms of job loss than it actually brings into the state. After the initial hearing and testimony, it does not appear that this proposal is right for Georgia at this time.


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