New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signs mental health parity legislation at Capital Health in Trenton on Thursday, April 11, 2019.
(Photo: Edwin J. Torres/ Governor's Office)
Patients cheer as Espada assures there will be "no burial" for the clinics, and calls the investigation unwarranted.
A network of health clinics in the Bronx founded by embattled former state senate majority leader Pedro Espada, could be headed for shut down. Soundview HealthCare Network could reportedly lose millions in Medicaid funding as the state investigates its finances.
Backers of a bill to provide as much as $7.4 billion in aid to people sickened by World Trade Center dust are making a last-minute push in the Senate.
First responders, survivors of the Sept. 11 attacks and lawmakers are gathering Tuesday on Capitol Hill before the lame duck session of Congress ends.