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The Congressional Hispanic Caucus was emphatic that illegal immigrants should be included when the landmark health care bill was being negotiated in 2009.
But the White House and Democratic leaders said it was not the right time and health care would be taken care 5 when immigration was overhauled.
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Gutierrez, the Illinois Democrat who planned to retire but stayed in Congress to push for an immigration overhaul.
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Gutierrez knows there is more to this debate.
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President Barack Obama delivered that message in his 2009 State of the Union address, in which he promised that no illegal immigrant would be covered by a health overhaul.
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Even advocates such as Martinez-De-Castro see the peril in insisting that the immigration overhaul include health benefits for this group.
The Senate proposal does take one baby step toward providing a pathway to health insurance for this population by allowing them to buy insurance on the exchanges.
But a report from the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute shows that without access to subsidies, the vast majority of illegal immigrants likely would not be able to afford to buy insurance from the exchanges.
The report says 7 million, or 71 percent, of illegal immigrants are uninsured.
And 84 percent of them, it says, have incomes below 400 percent of the 5 line, which would allow them to qualify for federal subsidies.
Without such assistance, said Migration Policy Institute Senior Vice President Michael Fix, these immigrants are unlikely to be able to afford coverage.
Martinez-De-Castro said the irony of making it virtually impossible for these provisional immigrants to be part of the health exchanges is that it would undermine the economics of how those marketplaces are supposed to work.
This population is disproportionately young, she explained.
Given нажмите чтобы прочитать больше current budget climate, lawmakers supporting this effort know it must be budget-neutral to succeed.
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