Rockland, Westchester lawmakers push for New York Health Act's single-payer bill, The Journal News

HUDSON VALLEY — Rockland and Westchester lawmakers are backing universal health care movements in New York, despite Trump administration efforts to reduce government’s role in health care.

Rockland County’s Legislature voted recently to support state legislation seeking to provide universal government-run health care. It joined county legislatures in Westchester, Sullivan and Tompkins that previously voted to support the bill, according to New York State Nurses Association, a union representing 40,000 nurses statewide. Read the full story at The Journal News.

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