Last year, Gov. Brian Kemp, along with lawmakers from across the state, unveiled Georgia’s 1332 waiver to the Affordable Care Act. This waiver will help reform Georgia’s health care system by lowering insurance premiums, offering additional choice in private health care markets, strengthening small businesses’ ability to provide health care insurance to their employees, and empower Georgia to make decisions about what health care policies and regulations work for its citizens.
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