Georgia insurers get break, critics say

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 28, 2008
Legislation working its way through the Georgia General Assembly is intended to make health insurance more affordable. But consumer groups are critical of the legislation because it would hand insurers $146 million in tax breaks over the next five years. That benefit, the consumer groups say, dwarfs the five-year tax savings to employers and individuals projected under the bill.

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