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Merced’s Fight for #Health4all

Posted April 27, 2015 by We'Ced

Hundreds of organizers, activists, and advocates rallied last week at the Capitol in a show of support for SB 4, otherwise known as the Health 4 All. The bill, which passed the Senate Health Committee in a unanimous vote last week, would provide health insurance to all Californians, including undocumented residents.

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At Town Hall, Residents Advocate For Health Care For Undocumented

Posted March 17, 2015 by We'Ced

by Miguel Garcia Photo by Merced Organizing Project Ed Note: The Affordable Care Act has extended health care coverage to millions of Americans but has left an estimated one million undocumented California residents without coverage. Locally, health care reform advocates have estimated that nearly 25,000 residents of Merced County do not have access to regular […]

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Fonzie’s Road to Recovery: A Daschund With IVDD

Posted September 8, 2014 by We'Ced

I did everything I could to follow the directions for intensive home care. He had to be in a crate which limited his movements. I had to massage all along his spine and stretch out his hind legs to align his back. He had to be carried to and from the backyard in order to relieve himself. Fonzie couldn’t even reach the food bowl on his own; I had to feed him by hand until he gained more mobility.

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ACA & The Undocumented

Posted December 10, 2013 by We'Ced

One thing they forgot to state is that when you go to the emergency room you get billed no matter if you are undocumented, a citizen, or a resident.

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