CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE NOT THE WAY TO SOLVE HCRA PROBLEM

1999-10-00

Conservative Party of New York 1999 legislative memo opposing increased cigarette taxes as a method of funding health care in New York. Predicts tax will hurt small business and lead to a decrease in sales which would create further problems. Asks that other methods of cutting costs be examined. Demands better management and stricted enforcement of Medicare eligibility before implementing an incre... read more

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
LOR
CA
CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY
CONSERVATIVE PARTY OF NY STATE
FISCAL PLANNING SERVCIES
HERMANN HOSPITAL
MEDICAID
NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
NY
TX
NY BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL CENTER
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