Cuomo’s cynical abuse of a crisis that didn’t come

By New York Post
2018.02.15. 01:15
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The past year has been a roller-coaster for New York’s health-care system, as Congress tried repeatedly to scale back Medicaid and dismantle the Affordable Care Act while allowing other health-related programs to lapse. Because New York depends so heavily on federal health dollars, it had more to lose than almost any other state. Now that......



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