After 30,000 poor, elderly and disabled people were cut from Medicaid, the Department of Community Health said it would reinstate benefits to 17,000 people.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution health reporter Ariel Hart spoke with On Second Thought last week about her breaking story. On Friday, she reported that state officials still believe they properly notified most of those people before cutting their benefits, but out of “an abundance of caution” they will restart the process, said Blake Fulenwider, the agency’s chief health policy officer.

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Georgia Plans To Reinstate Medicaid Benefits To 17K After Cuts – Georgia Public Broadcasting