A political organization led by the Democratic titan is branching out into paying off medical debts.
FILE - Stacey Abrams speaks during a church service in Norfolk, Va., Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021.
ATLANTA (AP) — The political organization led by Democratic titan Stacey Abrams is branching out into paying off medical debts.
“What is so important about this is the tie between Medicaid expansion and just crushing medical debt,” Groh-Wargo said.
The group has raised more than $100 million since Abrams founded it after her 2018 loss in the Georgia governor’s race.
“I know firsthand how medical costs and a broken healthcare system put families further and further in debt,” Abrams said in a statement. »