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New Jersey dialysis clinics are required to provide 3.5 percent of their services to low-income patients who don’t qualify for health insurance assistance, effectively covering undocumented immigrants. But healthcare authorities say this system is at capacity. Credit: Christina Kelso

Undocumented Immigrants Struggle to Access Dialysis Treatment in New Jersey

The state’s network of dialysis providers are at a breaking point as charity services hit capacity.

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Early Arrival: New Jersey Hits Uber with a $650 Million Employment-Related Tax Bill

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Immigrants Defrauded in Yonkers — Border Patrol's Asylum Pressure — Wolf Becomes DHS Secretary

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Early Arrival: 2nd County Clerk Moves Forward with Green Light Lawsuit

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: New York’s TPS Holders Continue Their Anxious Wait — Government Holding a Record Number of Migrant Children — SCOTUS Will Seemingly End DACA

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Early Arrival: Judge Dismisses Challenge to Green Light Law

Monday's edition of Early Arrival: Lawsuit Against Green Light Bill Dismissed – Border Wall Construction Begins – US to Start Charging for Asylum