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16 States have Single-Payer, Medicare For All bills in the works, and New York is paving the way. If both New York and California pass their legislation, 20% of all US citizens will be covered by comprehensive, and affordable care. An April 3rd, 2017 Poll by YouGov and The Economist [PDF] says 60% of Americans support expanding Medicare to cover all US citizens.
Chair of the Senate Health Committee. He claims responsibility for the success of progressive health coverage for NY with the Health Care Reform Act, New York's Assisted Living Program, Child Health Plus, Healthy New York, Family Health Plus, and the Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Program. The bill needs to make it out of the Health Committee before it can reach the floor for a vote. Please call, especially if you are in Senate District 6.
Majority Leader and Temporary President of the Senate. He is a staunch supporter of cutting costs and reducing the financial burden on New York citizens. The New York Health Act will not only reduce the cost of living for New Yorkers by slashing their medical costs and significantly reducing property taxes by eliminating local contributions to Medicaid, but it will also add $45 billion to New York's economy. Flanagan controls which bills can get to the floor for a vote. Please call, especially if you are in Senate District 2.
Chair of the Senate Finance Committee. She claims to be an advocate for middle-class families across the state. The New York Health Act would benefit middle class families the most. As a former member of the Cattaraugus County Board of Health she had the responsibility of ensuring the county did its part in meeting the health needs of residents, as Senator she needs to do the same for New York. The bill needs to make it out of the Finance Committee before it can reach the floor for a vote. Please call, especially if you are in Senate District 57.