Georgia may already offer this, but to my knowledge does not. Shouldn’t Georgia take the lead on offering no-frills insurance. What I mean is, most states, including Georgia, require certain things be included in health insurance. Those mandates drive up the cost. Why not scrap the mandatory minimums and let consumers pick and choose, adding to their policy those things they think they need.
Some states, though I don’t think Georgia is one, require mandatory pregnancy coverage in insurance policies — including for men. Why not scrap them all and help lower the cost. End the paternalism.