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Making your voice heard is an important part of helping women across Georgia who are struggling with heart disease, by talking to your elected representatives about critical heart health issues. Learn more about how to communicate effectively with government officials with these handy tips and browse the links below to learn more about who to contact, how legislation works through the Georgia General Assembly, and the various agencies across Georgia that can impact heart disease in different ways.
 
Learn more about how state legislatures impact health care issues here.

Georgia State Government:

Georgia Governor's Office

Georgia House of Representatives

Georgia State Senate

How to track legislation in the Georgia General Assembly

Georgia Congressional Delegation:

U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. Senate

Georgia State Agencies:

Georgia Department of Community Health (Medicare/Medicaid information)

Georgia Department of Consumer Affairs

Georgia Medical Center Authority

Georgia Board for Physician Workforce

Georgia Department of Public Health (Medicare/Medicaid information)

Georgia Council of American Indian Concerns

Americans with Disabilities Act in Georgia

United States Department of Health and Human Services — Region 4

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