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August 23, 2012
16:34 // 1 year ago
August 9, 2012
It’s my 3 a.m. nightmare. While we do not collect information about the immigration status of our patients, the fact that they will be uninsured could be taken as ‘code’ for also being undocumented.
Alicia Wilson,  Executive director for the La Clinica Del Pueblo community clinic in Washington, DC • Discussing an oft-ignored side effect of the Patient Protect and Affordable Care Act during an interview with Reuters. Healthcare officials fear that many of the estimated 12 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States may become more hesitant to seek medical attention following the law’s implementation, and they aren’t the only ones. “We were all aware of it,” says senior Obama healthcare advisor Ezekiel Emmanuel, adding, “It’s a visible consequence that we couldn’t do anything about given the politics of the situation.”   source (viafollow)
15:36 // 1 year ago
June 27, 2012
21:29 // 1 year ago
June 23, 2011
LulzSec goes after Arizona law enforcement: They said they did so because of SB1070, a.k.a. last year’s controversial immigration law. This release, which certainly has shades of Wikileaks, seems like the motherlode compared to some of their other releases — training materials, confidential e-mails, intelligence bulletins and so on — you know, pretty much a primer on how law enforcement conducts itself in the state. Damn. And you thought the CIA hack was a big deal. Compared to this, it’s small potatoes.

LulzSec goes after Arizona law enforcement: They said they did so because of SB1070, a.k.a. last year’s controversial immigration law. This release, which certainly has shades of Wikileaks, seems like the motherlode compared to some of their other releases — training materials, confidential e-mails, intelligence bulletins and so on — you know, pretty much a primer on how law enforcement conducts itself in the state. Damn. And you thought the CIA hack was a big deal. Compared to this, it’s small potatoes.

22:48 // 2 years ago
January 11, 2011

Illinois about to become sixteenth state without death penalty

  • then Since January of 2000, Illinois hasn’t executed anybody on death row, because it was discovered that the state executed people later found to be innocent.
  • now In a slow-coming-but-now-here move, Pat Quinn is about to sign legislation abolishing the death penalty in the state. They’ll be joining 15 states and DC. source
21:37 // 3 years ago