New York would take $18.9 billion hit in new GOP health bill
The Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has sprung back to life — in the form of a Senate bill that would cost New York State tens of billions more than earlier health care reform bills.
Why AGs are targeting drug companies
Press & Sun Bulletin
Attorneys general across the country are demanding information from pharmaceutical companies in an ongoing investigation into prescription drug abuse.
Parents of opioid victims applaud attorney general action as major step
The battle against the opioid epidemic has been fought on many fronts, and New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a new legal one Tuesday. A coalition of 41 attorneys general will investigate the pharmaceutical industry.
BERNIE SANDERS’ MEDICARE FOR ALL BILL WOULD BE A HEAVY LIFT FOR NEW YORK
City & State New York
Progressive politicians jumping on Bernie Sanders’ Medicare-for-all bandwagon should be careful what they wish for – especially if they represent New York.
Acquisition of New York health insurer will not affect Albany jobs
Albany Business Review
An acquisition of one of New York’s largest health insurers will not affect its more than 475 employees based in Albany, New York.