Poll: Georgia trauma care fee is OK
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 17, 2008
According to a survey, two out of three Georgians say they would pay $25 or more a year to support a statewide system of trauma care. That positive response has impressed several state officials, who are considering allocating millions of dollars for trauma care. Advocates of the system say it would increase funding for hospitals with trauma units and improve communications among these centers.
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