Here is the shocking statement of the year:
For the last few years, the Health Department has struggled to provide services to a growing population of undocumented, uninsured mothers in need of prenatal care.
In 2003, we served well over 300 clients, 90% of whom had no insurance.
In 2004, the number of clients seen at the Health Department from the Community Prenatal Project swelled to approximately 360 women, a 20% increase from the prior year. In terms of the entire project, there have been some 490 clients seen and referred for services within the network.
And that number is for a single county, not the whole state. The real troubling part is that this document does not see a root problem in this trend but rather they are energetic about providing more services at taxpayer expense to these illegal aliens.