CURRENT PRESS RELEASES
The U.S. Senate voted early this morning to approve a budget resolution that represents a major step in Republicans' efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Republicans have promised to continue toward a budget reconciliation bill that will gut the ACA before the end of January.
The following is a statement from Steven Choi, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition:
(New York, NY) Last week, the New York State Senate and Assembly passed important legislation (A9476A/S6948A) to improve health equity and make it easier for public hospitals to fulfill their mission of caring for all patients, regardless of ability to pay in a nearly unanimou
Advocates Call on Elected Officials to Invest in Immigrant New York through Integration Efforts, Health Care Access, Worker Protections, Driver’s Licenses for Immigrants and More
Advocates Call for Support for City Resources for Vital Immigrant Services, Voter Registration, Immigrant Workers, and Access to Quality Healthcare
(New York, NY) At the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany, the New York Immigration Coalition held its 19th a
New York Immigration Coalition and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest Congratulate New York State of Health on Increased Insurance Enrollment
Report Indicates Increased Access to Healthcare for Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Immigrants, and
Limited English Proficient New Yorkers
Last Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and members of New York City Council announced an early agreement for an on-time City budget for Fiscal Year 2016.
The New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) applauds the release of an important new report from the Office of the New York City Comptroller forecasting the impact of millions of dollars of impending federal cuts to hospitals in NYC. New York City’s immigrant communities depend on the New York City’s public hospital system, the Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), for preventive, primary, and specialty care.
Advocates and Researchers Release Recommendations for Improving Services for Undocumented Immigrants in Advance of NYC Mayor’s Report on Immigrant Health Access