Ga. ballot issue would raise money for trauma centers

10/26/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

A Nov. 2 ballot measure in Georgia will ask voters to approve adding $10 to vehicle registration costs to raise $80 million a year for improving trauma services in the state. Georgia, which has a trauma death rate 20% above the national average, has 17 hospitals designated as trauma centers, but officials say it needs 25 to 30 facilities.

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