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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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U.S. Citizen Sues After ICE Detention

Plus: Mexican children allegedly treated differently at the border, ICE detainees protest unsafe medical conditions, and more.

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$2 Billion Directed Back to Military Projects From Border Wall Construction

Plus: Biden ends office to assist victims of crimes committed by immigrants, immigration judges in the 'legal fight for their lives.'

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New York Lawyers for Immigrants Program Could Inspire National Model

Plus: How immigration fits into New York City Council races for seats in Brooklyn and Queens, and more immigration news.