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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Community Forum On What You Need To Know About Health Care Reform Co-Sponsored By Roosevelt Island State Senator Jose Serrano Tuesday October 8

Roosevelt Island's State Senator Jose  Serrano invites you to a community forum moderated by NY State Senator Liz Kreuger on what you need to know about heath care reform.  The Forum is being held October 8 at Lighthouse International on 59th Street close to the Tram and 63st subway station. From Senator Serrano's office:
Senator José M. Serrano is co-sponsoring an important community forum held by Senator Liz Krueger entitled "New York State of Health: What You Need to Know About Health Care Reform." Join this important discussion focused on the new federal health care laws and hear from a panel of experts who can help inform you on what you need to know.

As of January 1, 2014, New York will run a health care marketplace, called New York State of Health. Individuals, families, and small business owners will be able to enroll in new, affordable health insurance plans. Find out if you are eligible, how and when to apply and more! Counselors will be on site to assist you with enrollment.

Please join us on October 8th, and help us spread the word about this important and timely event!

Elected Officials Co-Sponsoring this Important Event:

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney

State Senator José M. Serrano

State Senator Brad Hoylman

Council Member Dan Garodnick

Council Member Jessica Lappin

Council Member Rosie Mendez


Tuesday, October 8, 2013
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Lighthouse International
111 East 59th Street
(between Lexington & Park Avenue)
New York, NY 10022

*RSVP* to Susannah from Senator Krueger's office at: or 212-490-9535
More information available from Senator Kreuger.


Bill Blass said...

I am sure old old rosie and yet are upset about this.they feel this is another form of welfare.

OldRossie said...

Actually it's not... Maybe you should go to the forum.

CheshireKitty said...

But Obamacare does provide funding for low-income people who qualify to help defray the cost of med ins. There are still premiums to pay, but Obamacare makes the coverage more affordable.

Bill Blass said...

Yes i am all for this