EXPLOSIVE LAWSUIT: Hochul Administration Cut Access To Life-Saving Medical Care For 1.2M NY Workers, Retirees

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration is being accused in a lawsuit of secretly slashing access to specialty doctors — and potentially life-saving medical treatment — for 1.2 million government workers and retirees, The NY Post is reporting.

The explosive claims, laid out in a suit filed in Albany Supreme Court, accuse Hochul officials of illegally ignoring state law when making changes to the Empire Health Plan, which serves state and local government employees.

The suit says Acting Commissioner Rebecca Corso and the state Department of Civil Service, who oversee the health insurance program, have dramatically slashed the reimbursement rates that “out of network” doctors can receive for providing services to plan members, according to the Post.

“Some of my members, their families and millions of Empire Plan enrollees may be prevented from seeing physicians that they have treated with for years,” said Bridge and Tunnel Officers’ Benevolent Association President Wayne Joseph in an affidavit filed in the case.


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  1. Where’s the outcry of the Canadian government who want to authorize euthanasia of children without approval of parents?

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