Skip to comments.State enrollment among Latinos low, but Santa Cruz County focused on population
Posted on 01/25/2014 8:32:49 AM PST by artichokegrower
While the state may be lagging when it comes to signing up Latinos under the Affordable Care Act, you wouldn't know that from visiting a Watsonville health fair on Friday.
The event was one of several ongoing clearinghouses put on by local government, health and union officials to help people navigate the often-complex process of purchasing health insurance under the law. Many of those have been aimed at the county's large Latino population, with more than one in five residents here speaking a language other than English at home.
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One nugget in the article though:
With undocumented immigrants barred from the Affordable Care Act, Santa Cruz County plans to extend coverage to that population using state funds
I thought the big issue the last several years concerned states such as Arizona creating their own immigration policies. It appears that California has granted amnesty and will be enrolling illegals into the ACA which Obama denied would happen. "You lie!"
less than month and a half until the march 1st deadling to sign up 7 million people.
And they have less than a million and a half, and most of those are subsidized.
The only one who signed on and paid full-price seems to be Harry Reid
Illegals don’t pay taxes; why would this “tax” be any different?