S. 1067 (103rd): A bill to authorize and encourage the President to conclude an agreement with Mexico to establish a United States-Mexico Border Health Commission.

May 28, 1993 (103rd Congress, 1993–1994)
Died (Referred to Committee)
Robert Krueger
Senator from Texas
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Last Updated
May 28, 1993
6 pages
Related Bills
H.R. 2305 (identical)

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Last Action: Aug 05, 1994


This bill was introduced on May 28, 1993, in a previous session of Congress, but was not enacted.

Introduced May 28, 1993
Referred to Committee May 28, 1993

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Authorizes the President to conclude an agreement with Mexico to establish a binational commission to be known as the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission. Declares that it should be the duty of the Commission to:
(1) conduct a needs assessment in the U.S.-Mexican border area to identify and resolve health problems that affect the general population of the area;
(2) coordinate public and private persons to educate the population about, and resolve, such health problems and develop programs to meet needs that are not being met by such persons; and
(3) formulate recommendations for a fair method by which the government of one country would reimburse a public or private person in the other country for the cost of a health care service furnished to a citizen or resident alien of the first country who is unable to pay for the service.

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