Chronological: S. 1988, Native American Diabetes Bill, 1986-04-15

dc.contributor Inouye, Daniel K. U.S.S., Hawaii
dc.coverage.spatial Hawaii
dc.coverage.spatial Washinton D.C. 2020-08-11T22:39:01Z 2020-08-11T22:39:01Z 1986-04-15
dc.description This folder contains a speech given by Senator Daniel K. Inouye before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs regarding S.1998. He talks about health in the Native Hawaiian population, and that while their health and numbers have steadily increased, the need to address prevalent health problems such as diabetes is high. Thus, he explains and advocates for the Report of The Secretary's Task Force on Black and Minority Health, which confirms the urgent status of diabetes in minority populations and explains that its provision would address the severe need for quality care for Native Americans.
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dc.provenance Senator Daniel K. Inouye Papers
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dc.source Speeches, Box SP7, Folder 56
dc.subject.lcsh Speeches
dc.subject.lcsh Indians of North America
dc.subject.lcsh Hawaiians--Health and hygiene
dc.subject.lcsh Minorities--Health and hygiene
dc.subject.lcsh Diabetes
dc.title Chronological: S. 1988, Native American Diabetes Bill, 1986-04-15
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