March 1, 2024

Some of the electeds along with a mouthpiece from NYAGV held a rally (if you can even call it that) at the Capitol today:

Senator Hoylman said he would be pushing for his bill S-580, Makes community violence prevention services available, to the extent permitted by federal law, to any Medicaid beneficiary who has received medical treatment for an injury sustained as a result of an act of community violence and has been referred by a certified or licensed health care provider or social services provider to receive community violence prevention services from a qualified violence prevention professional.

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