This just in from our local electeds…
SIMON, SQUADRON, STRINGER ANNOUNCE BILL FOR GREATER COMMUNITY VOICE AND THOROUGH HEALTH CARE ASSESSMENT IN PROPOSED HOSPITAL CLOSURES
Would Require Improved State Process in Wake of LICH Closure
Simon-Squadron Bill Based on Longstanding Stringer Proposal
BROOKLYN – , , at elected officials, patients, community members, and healthcare workers will announce the Local Input in Community Healthcare (LICH) Act.
WHO: Comptroller Scott Stringer; State Senator Daniel Squadron; Assemblymember-elect Jo Anne Simon; Public Advocate Letitia James; Borough President Eric Adams; representatives from SEIU 1199 and NYSNA; Jim Walden; community members.
WHAT: Announce the Local Input in Community Healthcare (LICH) Act
WHERE: LICH Playground (Henry Street between Amity & Pacific Streets)