Smoke-free Atlanta? City officials consider ban
It could soon be illegal to smoke inside any building in the city of Atlanta including bars and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. At least two city council members are already on board with the plan. Read the full article: Read more
Duncan, Cobb lawmakers talk about health care legislation
A panel of Cobb legislators and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan touted what they felt were the successes of the 2019 legislative session and shared their priorities for the state going forward. Read the full article: Marietta Daily Journal  Read more
Lyft, City of Atlanta partner to give residents access to healthy food
Lyft, a San Francisco-based ride-sharing company, is teaming up with the city of Atlanta’s One Atlanta Office to make it easier for families living in Atlanta’s food deserts (or under-resourced communities) to access nutritious groceries. Read the full article: Rome News-Tribune Read more
McBath seeks to shore up Obamacare
Rep. Lucy McBath said she supported incremental measures to shore up Obamacare, rather than jumping to a broader “Medicare for all” approach to health care. Read the full article:  Read more
Ambulance service sues nursing home over non-emergency calls
An ambulance service has sued an Augusta nursing home alleging its staff has ignored repeated explanations that it can only provide emergency transportation. Read the full article: Augusta Chronicle Read more

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