Medicaid Expansion Virtual Advocacy Day
March 10, 2022

Join Cover Ga for a virtual advocacy day for Medicaid expansion! Going on all day, join for as much time as you are able!

Cover Georgia is urging elected officials to take action to expand Medicaid immediately to protect and improve the quality of life for all Georgians. We are asking that you join us on March 10th for this virtual advocacy day! With your emails, calls, and social media posts, you can ensure Governor Kemp and state legislators know Georgians want them to act now to close Georgia’s coverage gap.

Throughout the day of action, we will work together to let our state leaders know that we can no longer wait to provide Georgians with the health care they need and deserve. It is time for Georgia’s state leaders to put the health and well-being of Georgians ahead of politics and expand Medicaid. RSVP now to join us for this impactful event! You will receive the day’s virtual schedule, talking points, social media graphics, and real-time updates on the day of the event. Join us on Thursday, March 10th!

Capitol Conservation Day 2022

This year, the Georgia Water Coalition is returning to in-person lobbying for our annual Capitol Conservation Day. But it is going to look a little bit different as we endeavor to do this safely and keep the number of attendees at a manageable level. We will host an online training, as well as 3 different in-person lobby days.

We will host a virtual training on Thursday, March 10 at 7 p.m. Join us that evening to hear about our priority issues and get helpful tips for lobbying your legislator. Then, come to 1 of 3 in-person lobby days: Monday, 3/14, Thursday, 3/31, or Saturday 4/2, at 8 a.m.

Register in advance for this meeting. Registration and sponsorship opportunities can be found at

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

When you register, you will select one of the three dates to join us for in-person lobbying from 8 am to 12:30 pm. We will meet as always at the Central Presbyterian Church for a light breakfast and orientation, before heading into the Capitol to talk about important environmental issues with our legislators.