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The State of Georgia has yet to enact autism insurance reform.

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Find autism resources for Georgia families here.

State Officials
Governor Nathan Deal (R)
Lt. Governor Casey Cagle (R)
Georgia Senate;  Georgia House of Representatives

Federal Officials
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R)
U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss (R)
U.S. House of Representatives Georgia delegation

Georgia News

ATLANTA (February 25, 2014) -- The Georgia Senate voted unanimously for a compromise autism insurance bill after hearing several lawmakers, some in tears and one ...

ATLANTA (February 20, 2014) -- The Georgia Senate Insurance Committee yesterday unanimously approved a new autism insurance reform bill that had been introduced just hours earlier...

ATLANTA (February 4, 2014) -- More than 100 Georgia autism advocates converged on the state capitol today to urge lawmakers to pass Ava's Law in 2014 and make Georgia the...

ATLANTA (January 16, 2014) --Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has proposed ...

ATLANTA (November 19, 2013) -- The Senate and House sponsors of Ava's Law said they will press forward for passage of the autism insurance reform bill when the Georgia...

ATLANTA (September 30, 2013) -- Autism Speaks is alerting Georgia advocates to a series of upcoming events to build support for Ava's Law, the autism insurance bill, when it...

ATLANTA (June 5, 2013) -- The...

ATLANTA (February 22, 2013) -- Autism Speaks today endorsed SB.191, the Senate...

ATLANTA (February 21, 2013) -- In an interview aired last night o...

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Bill History

2014

February 25: Georgia Senate votes 51-0 for SB.397

February 19: Senate Insurance Committee Chairman Tim Golden introduces "compromise" Ava's Law, SB.397; new bill is voted unanimously out of committee

February 4: Ava's Law Rally heald at Georgia Capitol

January 16: Gov. Nathan Deal includes autism insurance coverage for state employees, public teachers in his state budget proposal

2013

November 18: Special Advisory Commission votes 7-4 to issue negative recommendation on Ava's Law

June 4: Special...