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Friday, November 18, 2016 -
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How Can New York Provide Health Insurance Coverage to its Uninsured Immigrant Residents? An Analysis of Three Coverage Options

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This paper explores options for New York State to fill the void left by the ACA and provide health coverage to the most vulnerable—either because of their income or age—of these immigrants who are “uninsurable” because of their ineligibility for most federal coverage programs.

New York Community Trusts and Partners Fund Grants Bringing Digital Media Learning to More Youth

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New grants will help NYC young people to use digital media and technology to compose and record original music, research civic and political issues, and reduce pollution in their communities.