The program is experiencing a $131 million deficit, which means nearly 300,000 children will be without health insurance.
PeachCare, originally set to run out of funding March 1, has found the funds to get through the end of the month.
Georgia's Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle said in February one way to raise the funds could be to increase premiums.
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