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Immigrants face the loss of their homes and wages, like countless other Floridians, while also having to contend with the U.S. immigration system.
For some students in Appalachia, the school nurse is the only health professional they ever see. But in North Carolina, “the school nurse-to-student ratio is well below the level that child health advocates recommend.”
The plan is far better than what we have now. But there are some other options that could go further.
At one Texas clinic, staff gave up their Labor Day holiday for patients who had scheduled abortions during the storm, and Whole Woman's Health offered free abortions to those whose health care was disrupted by the weather.