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Each Hill-Burton-assisted hospital must provide a prescribed annual dollar amount of uncompensated care to certain low-income persons under a facility allocation plan; however, numerous consumer audits have found widespread noncompliance and have been successful in recapturing large amounts of uncompensated care.
New INS Computer Verification System May Create Problems for Aliens Applying for Public Entitlements and State Legalization Impact Assistance Grants, National Center for Immigrants' Rights ............604 This column discusses a verification process purported to prevent the payment of public benefits to ineligible alien claimants and a federal block grant program to reimburse the states' costs for public assistance, public health, and educational benefits provided to newly legalized aliens.
Leveraging the Resources of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program: Great Potential for Low-Income Consumers, National Consumer Law Center..............612 This column describes efforts in three states to leverage LIHEAP resources into additional assistance for low-income energy consumers through discount programs, refund of the interest value on credit balances, and providing price information to