Top Pressing Issues in Georgia
Georgia GOP wants segregated schools through a systematic process called “school vouchers.” Private schools that receive these voucher funds would not have to be fully accredited, and teachers in these schools would not have to have a bachelor’s degree. I am committed to ensuring our public schools thrive.
Reproductive Freedom & Maternal Mortality
We should all be free to make decisions about our bodies, lives, and futures—and 8 in 10 Americans agree. The Georgia Department of Public Health’s Maternal Mortality Report found 30.2 pregnancy-related deaths per 100,000 live births. Politicians aren’t qualified to weigh in on women’s personal medical decisions, and they shouldn’t be able to restrict women from accessing care.
I am committed to making our neighborhoods safer by building trust between communities and first responders. I support legislation that secures the resources to fund mental health specialists and the tools, training that law enforcement needs to fight crime. Passing common sense gun safety laws, such as mandatory three-day waiting periods, safe storage, and universal background checks, will keep our communities safe.
Georgia has among the nation’s strictest eligibility requirements for Medicaid. It is one of 10 states that has not expanded the program to all low-income adults under the Affordable Care Act.
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