Tonko talks healthcare with constituents in Albany

August 12, 2019 01:16 PM

ALBANY - Congressman Paul Tonko met with people in his district on Monday, hosting a "Faces of Healthcare" meeting in Albany.

It's part of a series of conversations he's been hosting around the Capital Region to get more information on how healthcare impacts the people he represents.


He says they have moved several bills through the House but they hit a roadblock in the Senate.

He says the input from his constituents helps them to move this bill forward more efficiently and brings a sense of urgency to the process.

Hear Tonko talk about some of his frustrations by watching the video.


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