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Georgia Chamber Small Business Healthcare Policy

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How important is the issue of health insurance coverage for owners and employees of small businesses? How does this issue impact your sustainability and profitability?

With a great deal of national discussion taking place in regard to the availability and access to healthcare, there is particular interest on the behalf of the State of Georgia in getting a better understanding of the needs and interests of small businesses in regard to coverage.

On Wednesday, July 20 from 8:30A to 9:30A at the Albany Welcome Center, there will be a special opportunity to interact with representatives from the Governor’s Office and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce in regard to this important topic. A brief presentation will be provided on the status of the healthcare policy as it relates specifically to small business across the country, as well as to share results of a survey of small business owners recently conducted in the state of Georgia. Most importantly, this presentation will be followed by an active discussion relative to your specific needs and interests as a small business owner in Georgia.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the state of Georgia’s efforts in regard to this important subject and to have an opportunity to share information from your perspective that will be of great import in shaping future policy.

The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce was selected as one of the early sites for these discussions, so please make every effort to attend and participate. Your “voice” in this discussion is very much needed.

Please contact Meghan for more information and to RSVP – 434-8700, mduke@albanyga.com

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