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TheBody: HIV Activists Storm Turning Pharmaceuticals Lobby and Demand Fair Pricing

HIV Activists Storm Turning Pharmaceuticals Lobby and Demand Fair Pricing Lucile Scott | October 9, 2015 On October 1, several dozen public health and economic justice activists stormed the lobby of Turing Pharmaceuticals to demand one thing: The end to the practice of hedge funds exponentially increasing the price of previously affordable medications for no […]

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Gothamist: A New Women’s Homeless Shelter Will Open In This Long Island City Hotel

A New Women’s Homeless Shelter Will Open In This Long Island City Hotel Emma Whitford | October 8, 2015 The Verve Hotel in Dutch Kills, Queens has been designated as a new, 200-bed homeless shelter for women, with a City takeover scheduled for the coming week. According to the Mayor’s office, The Verve will be […]

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As a Start to NYC Prison Reform, Jail Data Will Be Made Public Under a new law just signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, the city will have to cough up stats on its courts and jail systems. Brentin Mock | October 7, 2015 In the seventh-season premiere of “The Good Wife” this past Sunday […]

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Huffington Post: New York Law Blocks Judges From Practicing Medicine From The Bench

New York Law Blocks Judges From Practicing Medicine From The Bench Ryan Grim & Jason Cherkis | September 30, 2015 WASHINGTON — Drug court judges in New York will no longer be allowed to order defendants in recovery to stop taking doctor-prescribed medications as part of their treatment, as the result of a new law signed by […]

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