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|State cutting HIV prevention staffers in 2012|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Friday, 23 December 2011 13:20|
Federal funding to the state's HIV division was cut by $3.7 million and now 20 HIV prevention staffers at state health departments are slated to lose their jobs in January, according to a story in Georgia Health News.
Creative Loafing reports that former AJC reporter Andy Miller started Georgia Health News to cover health issues in the state.
"Miller, a former AJC reporter, helped break the story about Georgia's woeful mental health system. He's since started HGN, which fills a needed gap by covering health policy in the Peach State," CL states.
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