Sweeney’s bill would allow for some out-of-state health coverage

    N.J. Senate President Stephen Sweeney is expected to introduce legislation today that would remove a provision that limits public workers access to out-of-state medical care.

    The Associated Press spoke with an anonymous source who says Sweeney will present the bill today that would allow patients to use a note from their doctor to keep out-of-state providers. Those who already have out-of-state providers would be allowed to keep them.

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