Georgia may seek $112 million more from insurers
Georgia's top health agency plans to charge health insurers millions of dollars in extra fees to help pay for the state's Medicaid and PeachCare for Kids programs. But the insurance companies are fighting back, saying the fees will drive up rates for people with private insurance and possibly price some people out of their coverage plans.
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