Legislation aimed at protecting Georgians with health insurance from surprise out-of-pocket medical expenses passed the Senate Tuesday, 52 to 0, to beat the Crossover... Ban on surprise medical billing beats Crossover deadline

Legislation aimed at protecting Georgians with health insurance from surprise out-of-pocket medical expenses passed the Senate Tuesday, 52 to 0, to beat the Crossover Day deadline. Thursday is the deadline for bills to cross over from one chamber to the other in order to remain alive for consideration.

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