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America’s convoluted payment/insurance system is why our per capita healthcare costs far exceed any other developed country, with worse health outcomes. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Candidates are refining their health care pitches in the waning days of the race for New York’s 21st Congressional District. more

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PLATTSBURGH | Each of the candidates seeking to take on Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-Willsboro) in this fall’s midterm elections supports a universal health care system. more

The Sun

Lawmaker distances herself from White House in wide-ranging discussion with constituents more

The Sun

By the time you read this, perhaps the latest round of fighting over the American Health Care Act will be over — for now. more

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SARANAC LAKE — As the U.S. Senate scrambles to craft legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act before going on summer recess, a panel of stakeholders will meet to discuss the proposed changes. more

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PLATTSBURGH — The Congressional Budget Office released their updated score of the American Health Care Act on Wednesday. more

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I am writing this letter because I am so disgusted with the actions of the so-called adults who attended the taped Mountain Lake PBS forum with Rep. Elise Stefanik. more

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More than 200 gather in Plattsburgh, mobilized by Stefanik vote to repeal Affordable Care Act more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — While people are living longer, the state is facing a ticking time bomb when it comes to providing home care as Baby Boomers enter their twilight years. more

The Sun

If you were to ask a typical Vermont resident how to fix health care in America, you can be sure [he/she] would not suggest that Washington allow insurance companies to price people out of affordable coverage. more

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