The federal government has published a proposed rule that would extend one popular provision of the Affordable Care Act – to allow young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance plans until age 26 – to children of same-sex federal workers.
Steve Pampinella http://www.knickledger.com/2012/07/justice-works-2012-recap/
This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Justice Works, a conference for progressive and radicals held by Citizen Action of New York. Justice Works aims to bring together left-wing organizers from across the state to share experiences, develop strategies, and generally be inspired by each other’s work.
Justice Works will be a conference that brings together a cross section of progressive politics and activism in New York State, at a time when our united power, coordination and understanding is essential to beat back the powers of greed and individualism that are succeeding at dismantling our social structures and further tearing down our communities
Citizen Action of New York is hosting a conference in Albany for progressives. Among the topics of discussion will be economic inequality, health care reform, and race and public policy. Richard Kirsch, author of Fighting for Our Health, will be one of the participants. He explains what it’s all about.
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Are you still feeling confused about the recent Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? Still wondering what this means for New York?
Well, you’re in luck! HCFANY will be hosting a webinar next Wednesday, July 25th at noon to update our members and fellow stakeholders on the Supreme Court decision. Join in to find out what the Court decided, what it means for New Yorkers, and to ask any questions you may have.