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Experts To Speak At Public Forum On Single-Payer Health Care In New York At Stony Brook Southampton Campus

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Members of the Progressive East End Reformers planning their public forum on the New York Health Act on February 9 at the Stony Brook University Southampton campus. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Members of the Progressive East End Reformers planning their public forum on the New York Health Act on February 9 at the Stony Brook University Southampton campus. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Members of the Progressive East End Reformers planning their public forum on the New York Health Act on February 9 at the Stony Brook University Southampton campus. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Members of the Progressive East End Reformers planning their public forum on the New York Health Act on February 9 at the Stony Brook University Southampton campus. ANISAH ABDULLAH

authorAnisah Abdullah on Feb 5, 2019
The Democratic Party’s newfound control of all three branches of New York State government this year has led many to believe that progressive bills previously blocked by the formerly Republican-controlled... more

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