A Message from the Comptroller Read full report here Dear New Yorkers, As expected, U.S. gross domestic product rebounded in the third quarter (July through September) as states and localities emerged from the lockdowns of the second quarter – but is still 2.2 percent below the first quarter. Encouragingly, initial unemployment claims, both
This week marks the 49th Anniversary of Medicaid and Medicare. On July 30th, 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Medicare Bill into Law at the Harry S. Truman Library in order to improve the state of health care in the United States. Forty-five years later the Affordable Care Act
Searching for Ourselves in the Statehouse Reflection As I traveled through Jackson, Mississippi I took this photo. As I look at this photo again, I pause to reflect what a beautiful state capitol it is and what it represents. States in the southern region of the US have gained in population while
We have posted our 100th blog article and we want to take a moment to thank all of our followers! The Institute for Hispanic Health Equity has been blogging for the past year with the intention of raising awareness and discussion on bridging the gap in health disparities throughout the
A few questions for this sunny Thursday morning: 1. How many times in the last week have you heard the news, your boss, our president, your partner, or your kid’s teacher talk about how things have to change and we have to take action? 2. How many times to do you agree? 3.