Business leaders in New York's capital region, which includes Albany, Schenectady and Troy among other cities, are proposing a huge regional population health project and bidding for part of $500 million in state economic development funds.
The population health plan is a prominent piece of the proposal put forth by the Capital Region Economic Development Council in its bid for funding from the state's Upstate Revitalization Initiative, which will award $500 million to up to three of seven regional proposals.
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