Many upstate cities don’t test old houses for lead poisoning until after children have already tested positive. A new bill would change that.
New York isn’t following through on guidance expanding take-home treatment to reduce Covid-19 spread, advocates say. Many patients must wait in line for treatment as many as six times a week.
“We get hit with this pandemic and then like, here you go, pay $2,400 by the end of the month.”
As New York recovers from a pandemic and an economic crisis that threw millions off their employer-based health insurance, proponents of the New York Health Act see a unique opportunity to make single-payer a reality.