Georgia trauma care bill would raise car fees
Under a recently unveiled plan, Georgians would pay an extra $10 annually for each car they register to help fund a statewide trauma care network. The plan could provide millions of dollars to financially strapped Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
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