Augusta Alzheimer's advocates visit lawmakers

Rep. Barbara Sims, R-Augusta, talks outside the House chamber with Bruce Fletcher, a member of the association’s board.

ATLANTA -- Thirty-five members of the Augusta chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association joined 300 others from across the state Wednesday at the state Capitol to ask local lawmakers to support legislation establishing coordination between caregivers. They also favor accepting guardianships granted to families by neighboring states. 

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