Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Autism Mandate Halted in Ga.

A bill to mandate autism coverage for some Georgia children looks dead for this year.
Rep. John Meadows, left, and
Rep. Richard Smith, talk during a
hearing at Georgia's State Capitol
on Tuesday.
The chairman of the House Insurance Committee told a group of reporters Monday that he doesn't plan to bring the legislation to a vote, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. State Rep. Richard Smith, R-Columbus, said the bill will not cover enough people.
His comments echo those of Gov. Nathan Deal, who told multiple media outlets earlier this month that the bill unfairly targets small-business owners.

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