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Preliminary Findings: Focus Groups on Access to Health Care for Mixed-Status Families
This document summarizes the preliminary findings of six focus groups on the impact of parent uninsurance on insured Latino children's access to health care, with a significant emphasis on the experience of mixed immigration ...
NCLR Proposals to Strengthen Senate Health Care Reform Legislation for Everyone
NCLR has evaluated the two Senate legislative proposals and recommends the following changes as the two bills are merged.
NCLR/CDF Ad: Bandages
Letter from Civil Rights Organizations Calling for Health Care Reform that Works for Children
Leading civil rights groups, including the Children's Defense Fund (CDF), the Asian American Justice Center (AAJC), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the National Congress of American ...
Overcoming Immigrant Barriers to Coverage: Options for Health Care When Major Programs Don’t Cut It
Immigrants in the U.S. are disproportionately uninsured compared to their native-born counterparts. In 2010, 34.1% of all immigrants lacked health coverage. A variety of factors contribute to this: immigrants are less ...
U.S. Citizen and Immigrant Treatment Chart for Health Care Reform Legislation
Download this chart to learn more about immigrant and citizen eligibility in the \Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act\ (H.R. 3590) and the \Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act\ (H.R. 4872)
Transcript: Telephonic Briefing on the State of Latino Health Care
On June 23, 2009, NCLR brought together policy, research, and on-the-ground experts to discuss the state of Latinos and health care, and how health reform at a federal level gives a chance to improve Latino health and ...
U.S. Citizen and Immigrant Treatment Chart for “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”
Download this chart to learn more about immigrant and citizen eligibility in the Senate merged legislation \Patient Protection adn Affordable Care Act of 2009.\
Evaluation of the “Patient Protection Affordable Care Act”
Evaluation of the \Patient Protection Affordable Care Act\
Principles of Immigrant Integration into Health Care Reform
The following principles should be hallmarks of any policies, campaigns, or messages promoting health care reform in the U.S. and reflect American values of fairness, opportunity, and community.