ALBANY — Manhattan Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, longtime chairman of the Assembly’s health committee, is retiring at the end of 2022. Before that, Gottfried hopes to pass landmark legislation that he sponsors to create a single-payer health care system in New York.
“I think we’re within reach this year,” Gottfried said. “We have a majority of both houses as co-sponsors, a new governor. We are actively talking with members of the labor movement, public sector unions, who have had concerns – and I am optimistic that we will be able to resolve them.
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