ATLANTA — About 100 teachers used a furlough day or part of their winter break to bring their complaints to lawmakers Tuesday about changes in the State Health Benefit Plan.

The changes took effect Jan. 1, the day Cherokee County Teacher Nate Cline and his wife formed a Facebook group called Teachers Rally Against Georgia Insurance Changes, or T.R.A.G.I.C. By the end of that day, it had 400 members. Now it has ballooned to 14,000. 

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