Part 2 of a series by Cristina Pastor.
In parks, subway stations, even restaurants, cigarette smoking is still common among Chinese-speaking residents.
Commentary by Erwin de Leon on how this week’s Supreme Court rulings on health care and SB 1070 will impact immigrants.
On the one-year anniversary of the Affordable Care for Americans Act, groups in New York say federal health care reform has already benefited immigrant small business owners.
New York’s immigrant advocates announced their legislative priorities for the year. At the top of the list are ensuring language access to state government services and ending the state’s participation in the U.S. Secure Communities program.
NYCRx, a nonprofit organization in New York City began distributing free discount prescription cards this week for uninsured and underinsured New Yorkers.
In an op-ed published on Wednesday in the Spanish-language press, President Obama announced the launch of www.ciudadosdesalud.com, the federal government’s health insurance portal for the Hispanic community.
In NY, with a heavy concentration of Filipino nurses working in hospitals and nursing homes, 3 areas of concern weigh heavily: the recession, a shortage of visas, and a testing scandal.
PHOENIX, Arizona — A month ago, Patricia Presa learned that she has uterine cancer. She’s decided to go back to her native Mexico to seek treatment there, because she is an undocumented immigrant and can’t afford to pay for health…
By Diego Graglia, FI2W web editor As the health care reform bill slogs through the Senate, the Finance Committee may consider some 15 amendments related to coverage (or lack of it) for immigrants, Spanish-language Los Angeles newspaper La Opinión reported…