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No On 187

ID Number: 43931
Maker: Artist Unknown
Technique: offset
Date Made: Circa 1994
Place Made: United States: California
Measurements: 43.5 cm x 28.3 cm; 17 1/8 in x 11 1/8 in
Main Subject: Immigration; HIV/AIDS
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
The HIV-Affected and Gay and Lesbian Community is united. No on 187 If California approves Proposition 187, AIDS service providers will have to deny services and report to the INS anyone suspected of being undocumented. Service agencies that fail to comply with Prop 187 regulations will jeopardize their public funding. Emergency rooms will be more dangerous places for the health of people with HIV: They will be more crowded, with even more untreated TB cases. Join Us In Voting No on 187 ACT UP/L.A. AIDS Healthcare Foundation AIDS Project Los Angeles AIDS Service Center Alianza Latino Caucus/ARB AltaMed HIV Services Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team Asian Pacific Planning Council - HIV/AIDS Committee/ARB Aunt Bee's Laundry Service Avance Human Services Bienestar Latino AIDS Project Cara A Cara Latino AIDS Project Caring for Babies with AIDS Casa de la Madonna y Niño Clinica Para Las Americas Episcopal AIDS Ministry - Project New Hope The Gathering Place Gay Asian Pacific Support Network Gay & Lesbian Latinos Unidos L.A. Asian Pacific Islander Sisters L.A. Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center L.A. Housing Exchange La Red Lesbian and Gay Interfaith Clergy Association of Greater L.A. Los Angeles Unified School District - Gay & Lesbian Ed. Commission LIFE AIDS Lobby Milagros AIDS Project Pacific Asian Language Services T.H.E. Clinic for Women Tuesday's Child Whittier Rio Hondo AIDS Project Women's Caucus for the ARB Youth & Family Center

Acquisition Number: 1994-120

California Proposition 187 (also known as the Save Our State (SOS) initiative) was a 1994 ballot initiative to establish a state-run citizenship screening system and prohibit undocumented immigrants from using health care, public education, and other services in the State of California. Voters passed the proposed law as a referendum in November 1994. The law was challenged in a legal suit and found unconstitutional by a federal court. In 1999, Governor Gray Davis halted state appeals against the ruling. (Source: Wikipedia)

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