96%+ of NYC’s Nursing Homes & Adult Care Facilities - and Over Half NY State’s - Got Zero Visits from Oversight Agency: Data
1st Quarter 2022 Data Show Need for $15M in New State Budget to Ensure Federally-Required Ombudsman Program Can Protect Some of NY’s Most Vulnerable
SYRACUSE, NY—Robert O'Connor was honored today with AARP's highest award for community service. O'Connor of Fayetteville was presented with the 2022 Andrus Award for Community Service at the AARP Community Service Luncheon in Syracuse.
And New Research Shows Older NY Voters Want to Count on Social Security & Medicare, Lower Rx Prices, Long-Term Care at Home
New Report Asks & Answers the $19 Million Question: Why Are Consumers Losing NY’s Utility Price Game?
Consumers Pay for Rate Hikes – and for Utility Companies’ Costs to Push Those Hikes; ‘Intervenor Funding’ Bill Before Governor Would Help Level Playing Field
Aging, Consumer & Environmental Organizations Call on Governor Hochul to Sign Utility Intervenor Funding Bill into Law
Legislation Would Level Playing Field for Ratepayers in Utility Rate Cases and Other Proceedings Before the Public Service Commission.
Especially With Huge Spike in Fossil Fuel Prices Projected, Continuing to Saddle Utility Customers with Bill ‘Poor Public Policy’
Association Speaks Out on City Hall Steps, Testifies at Hearing for Council Member Hudson’s Bills to Advance Equity for Fast-Growing Older Population
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