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NYS Congresswoman Meets Constituents In Southern Tier

Claudia Tenney said she wasn’t going to “defend or apologize for the president” and his tweets in a wide-ranging Q&A session in Binghamton recently.

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NYS Will Help Enroll People In Insurance Through Obamacare

A slash federal funding for enrollment assistance and marketing of insurance policies offered to individuals through the Affordable Care Act will not affect New York.

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People With Disabilities Have Turned The Fight For Medicaid Into A Battle For Civil Rights

When people with disabilities protest, then, in public and physical ways, they grab hold of old stereotypes and point them back at their creators.

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Gov Cuomo Warns of Huge Federal Cuts to NYS Health Care System

“I don’t know what they’re thinking,” Cuomo said. “This will hurt the people of every Congressional district in the state of New York.”

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Groups Unite To Fight Cassidy-Graham Bill to Repeal ACA

Nearly Three dozen groups representing consumers, health care and human service workers, providers of supports and services and insurers have signed a letter to the New York State Congressional Delegation urging them the reject the Cassidy-Graham bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This bill has significant support and could be brought up for a vote in the U. S. Senate in the next few days. If passed by both houses of Congress, the bill wold cut billions of dollars in funding to New York State.

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Senate Republicans Are Pushing Another Obamacare Repeal Bill

The Cassidy-Graham measure would radically alter the health care landscape under Obamacare, ending the expansion of Medicaid and guarantees that those with pre-existing conditions could get coverage at reasonable cost.

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