People who need medicaid speak out.
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“We’re worried about the implications of the plans in Congress,” said Max Donatelli. “People like Craig used to be hidden in institutions. We’re deathly afraid of going back to those days.”
Cuomo blamed lawmakers for failure to adopt more ethics reforms in the regular session that ended June 21.
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“If the convention is going to be run by the people who currently run the government, then I would say the purpose of the convention is basically defeated,” says Governor Cuomo.
“We Need to Open Up the Door” to People with Disabilities, says Alexander Freeman.
Many will remember Alex speaking at our Annual Conference several years ago. He is now an award-winning filmmaker on the rise in a very competitive industry.
Republican U.S. Senators appear to be digging in for a protracted negotiation that may end up going nowhere.
U.S. Senate plan to cut Medicaid spending by $772 billion over the next 10 years would result in 15 million fewer people being covered.
The allegations stemmed from Senator Ortt’s time as the mayor of North Tonawanda from 2010 to 2014.
Of the 22 million people losing health coverage, 15 million would be Medicaid recipients.