In March the Georgia Senate passed SR 283, which created a study committee tasked with studying the issue of food deserts in Georgia and coming up with ideas on how to limit them.

The Senate Improving Access to Healthy Foods and Ending Food Deserts Study Committee (not exactly acronym friendly) held four days of hearings in August, September, and October, and will make recommendations in the upcoming 2022 legislative session on how the General Assembly can best attack the issue.   

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