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Health Care Debate: Immigrants Land on Sacrificial Altar

Hispanic Link News Service, Commentary, Erick Galindo Posted: Aug 20, 2009

WASHINGTON -- The health care debate has become a shoving match, and immigrants, legal and otherwise, are being pushed the hardest, writes Hispanic Link News Service contributor Erick Galindo. President Obamas admission that immigration reform will have to wait until next year further fueled fears that, while one-fifth of the 45 million uninsured are immigrants, health reform benefits will not cover them.


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