Senate passes bills aimed to curb heroin use, including easier access to insurance coverage for treatment

The measure provides greater insurance coverage to people

The measure provides greater insurance coverage to people seeking treatment for heroin, pills or any other addictive drug. (June 10, 2014 6:13 PM)

The New York State Senate has approved nearly two dozen bills intended to curb heroin use, including a measure that would make it easier for addicts to obtain treatment.

The measure provides greater insurance coverage to people seeking treatment for heroin, pills or any other addictive drug.

State Sen. Phil Boyle (R – Bay Shore), who chaired a task force on the heroin epidemic, says...

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