Ralliers call on Stefanik to ‘kill the bill’
By Lynzi DeLuccia
September 23, 2017
GLENS FALLS — A loud crowd took to the street corner in Glens Falls outside Congresswoman Elise Stefanik’s office on Friday evening with a goal in mind.
“Stop the repeal.”
Longtime healthcare worker June Ragnacci says she’s afraid of hospital staff funding being cut.
“Right now, for boots on the ground, it’s very difficult, staffing is extremely bad,” Ragnacci said.
Protestors on Friday preached that ‘healthcare is a human right.’
“Healthcare should be portable and affordable.” Democrat Tedra Cobb was one of a few congressional candidates running against Stefanik in the 21st district to show up at the rally.
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