On Tuesday House Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle announced that Georgia’s Rural Hospital annual tax credit had, for the first time, reached its $60 million donation cap.
Aided by HB 769, the rural healthcare bill championed by both Cagle and Ralston, that $60 million total will go toward aiding the state’s 58 poorest rural hospitals, a key priority for the state legislature in recent years.
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