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How Georgia plans to spend $600 million in federal funds to support people with disabilities and the elderly



by Rebecca Grapevine | Jun 7, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Georgia will now have until 2025 to spend almost $600 million in federal pandemic relief the state was awarded for services that help people with disabilities and the elderly live at home instead of...

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  1. Withe the wrong people in charge of these funds they will disappear in a flash. And if they do like some of our elected officials there will be no accountability or receipts or records required to spend it.

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