The Atlanta Journal-Constitution   |  November 3, 2020

Waiver contracts with other states had clauses on the federal government’s “Right to Amend, Suspend or Terminate” a waiver if a state doesn’t hold up its end, but Georgia’s inserts the word “only.” The feds can weaken or yank the program “only” if the state doesn’t hold up its end. From all appearances, “they’re rushing to put this in place to tie the hands of a future administration,” said Katie Keith, who teaches health law at Georgetown University.

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