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TitleHispanic Children Least Likely to Have Health Insurance Citizenship, Ethnicity, and Language Barriers to Coverage
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PublisherCarsey School of Public Policy
DateJune 2016
Pages6 pp.
DescriptionThis policy brief examines health insurance coverage of Hispanic children and its relationship to their citizenship status, their parents’ citizenship status, parents’ insurance coverage, language spoken at home, and their state’s Medicaid expansion policies.
Filed inImmigration > Health, Children & Youth > Health
TopicsChildren & Youth, Health, Immigration
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