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Augusta Chronicle, 7/26/12, Click here to read online.
The following is an article from the Augusta Chronicle, which features comments from GCDD Deputy Director, Pat Nobbie, PhD, on the Transportation Investment Act tax and how it could improve the mobility and accessibility of public transit...
Georgia Health News, 7/13/12, Click here to read online.
The following is another article featuring comments from GCDD Deputy Director, Pat Nobbie, PhD, on Georgia's Medicaid program.
State Defers Plan to Restructure Medicaid, By Andy Miller, Georgia Health News The State Department of...
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 7/13/12, Click here to read online.
The following is an article from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which features comments from GCDD Deputy Director, Pat Nobbie, PhD, on Georgia's Medicaid program.
State Tables Medicaid Revamp, By Misty Williams, Atlanta...
Daily Report, 7/10/12, Click here to read online. (This link is no longer active.)
The following is an article written by GCDD Executive Director Eric E. Jacobson regarding the State of Georgia's plans to execute Warren Hill, an intellectually disabled man.
Death Row Inmate Deserves...
The Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) is holding a media roundtable, its quarterly meeting and public forum in Savannah, GA. Residents of Effingham and Chatham Counties, as well as others are invited to share their ideas and get updates on policy and programs which affect...
The 14th Annual Disability Day on February 16, 2012 was a great success despite the rainy weather. Several news channels and reporters from throughout Georgia traveled to the Capitol to cover the annual rally on the Capitol steps. The following are several media coverage articles that feature...
This article published in the Gainesville Times highlights one of the Council's projects, Partnerships for Success.
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We saw quite a bit of DD action in and around the Capitol this week. Our own Pat Nobbie was among those who addressed the Subcommittee on Human Resources on Wednesday. She advocated for 1500 waivers, not the inadequate 100 that are currently budgeted. See more details and a great summary of...