Georgia’s PeachCare gets monetary injection
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 15, 2008
Thanks to an infusion of $325 million in federal dollars, Georgia's embattled health insurance program for working-class children is safe for another year. PeachCare will now have enough funding to cover the 254,820 children now enrolled and to grow by up to 40,000 children, said State Health Department Commissioner Dr. Rhonda Medows.
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