“The American Academy of Pediatrics asked both presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump, to answer four questions focused on children's health.
1. More than one in five children lives in poverty in this country, and its impacts on children's health can be severe and lifelong. How do you propose to help lift children and families out of poverty?
2. In 2014, there were 2,549 children under age 19 who were killed by guns. How do you plan to protect children from gun violence?
3. More children have health insurance in the United States than ever before. How will you continue to build on this trend and ensure access to affordable, high-quality health care for all children, no matter where in the country they live?
4. Children are 25% of the U.S. population and 100% of the future. How do you propose to provide for the future by investing in children?” Click on the link to view their answers. #VoteKids #AAP16
"Asian American voters are siding strongly with Hillary Clinton in the presidential contest, as younger voters in particular abandon Donald Trump and the Republican Party,... the National Asian American Survey suggest that Trump’s rhetoric — especially on immigration — has caused an irreparable breach with those voters.... The survey found strong support among Asian American voters for President Obama’s healthcare plan, for government help with college costs and for measures that would limit emissions in order to lessen #ClimateChange. Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the country was opposed by almost two-thirds of Asian American voters." #AAPI #APIrising #IamAsianAmerican #Health4All #ImWithHer