Keyword: New York Health Act
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To the editor: New York can be justly proud that only 5 percent of its people have no medical insurance. However, to advance this fact as an argument against changing medical care in New York by passing the New York Health Act ignores the massive impact of the current system on middle class New Yorkers who have health insurance. more
To the editor: We have an important Democratic primary for state senate on Tuesday, Aug. 23.  Many people have asked who I am supporting and why. more
To the editor: We are members of the steering committee of Northwest Bronx Indivisible.  However, we write as individuals, and not as representing either the entire steering committee of Northwest Bronx Indivisible, or its wider membership. more
To the editor: America’s health care system is broken. We pay more per capita than any other country in the world. But when it comes to results, America ranks last compared to other economically advanced nations. more
To the editor: State Sen. Gustavo Rivera and I first met as staffers in the U.S. Senate. Gustavo worked for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s office, and I for Sen. Chuck Schumer. more
To the editor: Health insurance providers seek an average rate increase of nearly 19 percent next year for individuals, and more than 16 percent for small group plans, according to published reports. more
At a virtual forum Sunday of all three Democratic candidates for the 81st state Assembly seat, housing, health care, parole reform and climate change were the topics du jour. There was even some discussion about their favorite place to grab a bite to eat in the district. more
There was a lot of uncertainty when the coronavirus pandemic first erupted in the United States some two years ago. But one question, in particular, stood out to Gustavo Rivera in those early days. more
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