Democratic candidate Beth Moore discusses Healthcare, HOPE scholarship and mass transit
Some of the issues discussed during our podcast and Facebook Live interview:
- Healthcare – Medicaid expansion, the Affordable Care Act, protecting women’s reproductive rights.
- Education – Funding formula, TAG programs, HOPE scholarship, student debt, Paul Duke STEM school.
- Transportation – Expanding mass transit, including rapid bus transit, light rail and heavy rail, the “last mile” issue; economic issues.
- Economic Development – Entrepreneurship, start-ups, tech industry, work-share locations, attracting Millennials to Peachtree Corners.
About Beth Moore:
Beth and her husband Lorie live in the vibrant community of Peachtree Corners, which is part of Georgia’s House District 95, alongside Norcross, Duluth, Berkeley Lake and Johns Creek. She grew up in the district, having graduated from Wesleyan. As an entertainment attorneyand entrepreneur, Beth understands the many practical, legal and financial challenges faced by small business owners and independent contractors, especially when it comes to accessing affordable healthcare. As a Democrat married to a Republican, she also knows that reasonable Americans have more in common than the media would lead you to believe. Beth is running on the simple idea that we can be socially inclusive and financially responsible, while making smart investments in Georgia’s future.