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PR: AIDS, LGBT Advocates Demand Expansion of Life-Saving Benefits to End AIDS in New York

For Immediate Release Contact: Jennifer Flynn, (917) 517-5202 or AIDS, LGBT ADVOCATES DEMAND EXPANSION OF LIFE-SAVING BENEFITS TO END AIDS IN NEW YORK Statewide campaign to update eligibility requirements for low-income HIV+ New Yorkers is first proactive expansion of welfare in a decade; Necessary component to achieve Governor Cuomo’s Plan to End AIDS New […]

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Advocates & Doctors Oppose NYS Medicaid Restriction on Access to Hep C Cure

October 6, 2014 | Today a coalition of 40 community health organizations, medical professionals, and others from across New York State issued comments on proposed guidelines by the state’s Medicaid Drug Utilization Review Board that would greatly restrict access to Sovaldi (sofosbuvir), the backbone of new, highly effective treatment for hepatitis C (HCV) infection. If […]

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PR: HRA Announces Historic Overhaul of Clinton-Era Welfare Policies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 1, 2014 Contact: Alyssa Aguilera, 917-200-1446, or Jennifer Hadlock, 347-454-4842, Human Resources Administration (HRA) Announces Historic Overhaul of Clinton-Era Welfare Policies HRA to phase out mandated unpaid work program for welfare recipients; Ends punitive policies and “one-size fits all” procedures. New York – Today, the Human Resources Administration (HRA) announced a […]

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Daily Kos

Why I Marched Sunday (And How Mayor de Blasio Made it Worth It) Brian Pearson | September 22, 2014 I had two reasons for marching in the People’s Climate March on Sunday. First, I wanted to send a message that low-income people and people of color care about climate change. Across the globe, from New […]

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