In California, many Latinos don’t have a regular primary physician. A study by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that race and ethnicity – as well as concerns about English skills — are among the top reasons why. One Sonoma County health center is trying to improve care by boosting the number of caregivers who come from – and connect to – the Latino population. But that program is in jeopardy because of recent moves by the Trump administration.

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