Proposition 187 in California

@article{Martin1995Proposition1I,
  title={Proposition 187 in California},
  author={Philip L. Martin},
  journal={International Migration Review},
  year={1995},
  volume={29},
  pages={255 - 263}
}
On November 8, 1994, California voters approved Proposition 187, the "Save Our State" (SOS) initiative, 59 to 41 percent. If implemented Propo? sition 187 would create a state-run system to verify the legal status of all persons seeking public education, health care and other public benefits, and add public education to the list of services for which unauthorized aliens are ineligible. As of March 1995, the only sections of Proposition 187 in effect are those that make the manufacture… Expand
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