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Civil Rights News: Medicaid Expansion May Lower Death Rates; One Million in PA Lack Voter ID; NYC’s ‘Stop and Frisk’ Affects Achievement Gap

Compiled by David Seidman, a Summer 2012 Leadership Conference Education Fund Intern Medicaid Expansion May Lower Death Rates, Study Says The New York Times A recent study by Harvard researchers found that when states expanded Medicaid coverage – government subsidized … Continue reading

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Talks of Medicaid Cuts Spark Outrage

Tough decisions have to be made in Washington. I think everyone knows that. But throwing programs like Medicaid onto the cutting block is simply unjust. Continue reading

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Civil Rights News: U.S. Promotes Path to Citizenship; AZ Proposes Medicaid Fee for Smokers & Obese; States Cut Prison Spending

US Gov’t To Promote Citizenship In Ad Campaign NPR “The federal government will run a national advertising campaign to encourage more immigrants to become American citizens and become more integrated into society.” The government will spend $3.5 million over three … Continue reading

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Civil Rights News – Few Jobs for Working Men, Medicaid Protest, Increase in Minority Entrepreneurship

Decline of the working man: Why ever fewer low-skilled American men have jobs The Economist Globalization and recent financial struggles, among other things, have had a great impact on employment opportunities in America. However, The United States has been struggling … Continue reading

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