This infographic displays the current income levels for Medicaid eligibility in Georgia and what the income eligibility levels would be if Georgia expanded Medicaid.

This infographic displays the current income levels for Medicaid eligibility in Georgia and what the income eligibility levels would be if Georgia expanded Medicaid.

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