De Blasio: Healthcare Plan Covers All New Yorkers, Even Undocumented

De Blasio announces health care coverage for all New Yorkers

NYC Mayor Announces Health Care Coverage For All New York City Residents

The NYC Care plan, which de Blasio said would be funded without tax increases, is an expansion of the city's existing MetroPlus plan that covers hospital bills for low-income residents. But the reality is barely more than a con job, albeit one likely to mean trouble for taxpayers down the line.

Some 600,000 residents of New York City now without health insurance will be assigned a primary care physician and be given access to specialists under a plan announced on Tuesday by Mayor Bill de Blasio. But the city already does that. "From this moment on in New York City, everyone is guaranteed the right to health care".

'We have now, in New York City, a public health insurance option we're ready to make much bigger that can reach the hundreds of thousands that are right now not in any kind of health insurance'. That program, NYC Care, will launch this summer and will cost at least $100 million annually at full scale, the city said.

"Health care is a right, not a privilege reserved for those who can afford it", de Blasio said in a statement on Tuesday.

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"Health care is a human right. NYC Care will provide a primary care doctor and will provide access to specialty care, prescription drugs, mental health services, hospitalization, and more".

It will also guarantee health care access to those ineligible for insurance, including illegal immigrants who live in NY. However, de Blasio believes it will ultimately save the city money by drastically reducing residents' trips to the emergency room.

New York City is a sanctuary city that defies USA immigration enforcement laws, protects illegal immigrants from deportation, and limits local cooperation with federal enforcement officers.

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While we await the "details", I will suspend my disbelief other than to remark that (1) the price tag of $100 million seems a little light and (2) the "details" should anticipate the dynamic effects of the plan.

"We also have a way to provide direct health care to a lot of neighbors who happen to be undocumented - they're still part of our community, they need health care, their families need health care", de Blasio added. "And we can get it to them".

Not only will NY be a sanctuary city, Mayor de Blasio will now seek $100 million in new spending to provide full comprehensive healthcare for all, including its undocumented immigrants. "The Mayor must stop abusing the middle class and treating us like his personal ATM". It is the worst way to get health care.

The Economic Opportunity Institute said more than 43,000 people dropped their health insurance past year in Washington. "It is the worst way to get health care".

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De Blasio first touted NYC Care during an interview Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe".

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