*Broad Rejection of New “Public Charge” Policy Targeting Immigrants
*California Extends Healthcare Enrollment Period for Residents
*Former Immigration Judge Criticizes Trump’s Pressure on the Courts
(Español) A tres semanas de la elección persisten en el sur flagrantes tácticas de supresión del voto
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The public dialogue will focus on issues of the highest interest to residents of CD 21, including access to health care, access to higher education, DACA and immigration, jobs, air quality and the water access crisis.
In California, close to 70,000 patients need regular dialysis, which essentially performs the function of kidneys for patients whose own kidneys are failing. DaVita and Fresenius control 70 percent of the nation’s market. Between them, they reported more than $4 billion in operating profits last year.
After serving for more than two decades as an immigration judge in Florida and Puerto Rico, Rafael Ortiz Segura, frustrated with the Trump administration’s intense pressure to speed up deportation trials, resigned and became a defense lawyer for immigrants.Download
This week, the Trump administration published a new rule that considers a “public charge” immigrants who have applied for housing subsidies, Medicaid and Medicare.Download