#WheresThePlan @dandonovan_ny we need #CareNotChaos – step up and save our health care and meet with your community! pic.twitter.com/khppPaRa5h — david cohen (@davecohenm) February 21, 2017 Today, nearly 100 protesters rallied outside Republican Congressman Dan Donovan’s Dyker Heights office, demanding that he support the Affordable Care Act
Still don’t have health insurance? Call 311 or text CoveredNYC or SeguroNYC to 877877 for free, in-person enrollment assistance information. “Despite President Trump’s actions to undermine the Affordable Care Act, our efforts to provide every single New Yorker with quality, affordable health care continues,” said Congressman Joe Crowley.
Photo by Kensington BKApproximately nine percent of those living in Community District 12, which includes Kensington and Borough Park, do not have health insurance, according to figures released Monday by Comptroller Scott Stringer. The comptroller’s analysis used data from the 2014 American Community Survey to determine the number of
Maimonides Medical Center (Source: Google Maps)The deadline for applying for New York State Marketplace health coverage has come and gone, but it may not be too late to sign up and avoid penalties for being uninsured. CareConnect, a healthcare outreach initiative from the North Shore-LIJ Healthcare System, is bringing
District Attorney Daniel Donovan and Councilman Vincent Gentile (Photos via Facebook)With 40 days left until the May 5 special election to fill the seat of scandal-ridden Congressman Michael Grimm, the Bay Ridge Community Council has announced that it will be holding a debate between the three candidates next week.
Source: Matt H. Wade via Wikimedia CommonsWhen the news first broke of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the measure, news channels were were reporting from opposite sides of the spectrum. The responses from local politicians were split as well, with most sticking to the political views of their