Georgia’s top judge says too many people in the state — especially among poor and rural populations — lack adequate access to legal services.
Several health coverage and care options are now available for individuals and families in lower income brackets.
A utility regulator in Georgia wants to charge low-income customers $5 a month to get government-funded telephone service, a step that he says will deter fraud. Critics worry it will effectively gut the program.
Money that was supposed to help the less fortunate with electric bills will instead go to the extra fees. The Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority helps low-income Georgians pay their bills. According to Christy Ihrig the […]