. . . And health care for all: immigrants in the shadow of the promise of universal health care

Ortega, Adrianne
March 2009
American Journal of Law & Medicine;2009, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p185
Academic Journal
journal article
The article focuses on the coverage of the universal health care plan of U.S. President Barack Obama. The health care plan intends to provide affordable and accessible health care services to the uninsured non-citizens of the country. However, the implementation of the health coverage plan would mean changes to the Welfare Reform Act.


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