Georgia's State Health Benefit Plan covers about 650,000 retirees, current workers and dependents. In 2011, 366 beneficiaries sought abortions, compared with 545 in 2009. The plan paid $213,000 for abortion care in 2011, down from $343,000 in 2009. The average wage of Georgia employees is $20,000/yr.
Under this Deal, a woman covered under Georgia State Health Benefits will be unable to get insurance payments for procedures relating to the termination of pregnancies, unless her life is in danger. As every miscarriage is a termination of pregnancy, could the New Deal could result in women who have miscarriages being unable to afford medical treatment until her life is in danger from not being treated?
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