Number of Georgians without health insurance likely to grow
Private health insurance coverage in Georgia has steadily eroded during the decade, and a new Georgia State University study portrays a gloomy health insurance climate in 2007, the latest year these statistics are available. Insurance coverage in Georgia will continue to deteriorate amid the downturn this year and in 2009, experts say.
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