Affordable Care Act doesn’t translate well

Insurance remains out of reach for some immigrants

As a 12-year-old, Requel Roman moved to Chicago from Mexico. As one of five children, she said there wasn’t always enough money to go to private doctors. Roman remembered a time when one of her brothers had a high fever. The family didn’t have health insurance so Roman knew her parents were faced with a costly doctor bill. Continue reading “Affordable Care Act doesn’t translate well”