FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 26, 2018
Valeria Munt | (646) 259-5923 | email@example.com
Inevitably, there will be challenges in implementing any new system in New York State and that is why Assemblymember Gottfried and I are making every effort to have a fully thought out proposal. For example, this legislation proposes that an individual's contribution would be based on their income and that an employer would still be required to contribute a percentage towards an employee's coverage. We must also consider that increased access to preventive care will lead to less emergency room visits and other intensive care services that are by far more costly. Furthermore, projected savings come from being able to negotiate on behalf of nearly 20 million New Yorkers to achieve lower healthcare prices, rather than smaller groups negotiating with far less leverage.
New Yorkers are not opposed to the concept of healthcare for all. We simply need to talk to more New Yorkers about the implementation of the New York Health Act, the fiscal benefits for families and businesses, and the type of health care that they would have access to under this system."
While this is a press release from State Senator Gustavo Rivera as stated with the State Senate e-mail of Senator Rivera's aide and senate office address, we wonder why this came via the same aides private Gmail.
Could it be that this politically motivated e-mail should not be sent on a State Senate server, and that was why it was sent by the aides private Gmail? Or is State Senator Rivera trying to have it both ways by using his State Senate office to write this and send it by a private e-mail server. Where did we hear that before?
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