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Latinos and Health Care Reform: Pending Legislative Priorities
Download this publication to learn which policies NCLR is urging Congress to include in its final health care reform legislation.
The House Verification System: A Delicate Balance between Affordable Coverage Access and Burdensome
Download this document to learn how the verification processes imposed by the House health care reform legislation would affect the average person or family needing an affordability credit for the health insurance Exchange.
The Potential of Federal Legislation to Reduce Latino Children’s Health Disparities
The Potential of Federal Legislation to Reduce Latino Children’s Health Disparities.
NCLR Food Stamp Priorities in the 2007 Farm Bill
According to the most recent data, nearly one in five (19.6%) Latinos experience food insecurity, or the inability to ensure an affordable and nutritious diet.
“Community Health Workers Act”
The ￼ Community Health Workers Act of 2007 ￼ (CHWA) (S. 586, H.R. 1968), introduced by Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) and Representative Hilda Solis (D-CA), addresses the work of community health workers, also known by many ...
Stronger Communities. Stronger America
Latino children represent nearly one out of five children (19.7%) in the U.S.