The impact of deportation policies on the substance using behaviors of US-citizen Latinos.

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Summary of "The impact of deportation policies on the substance using behaviors of US-citizen Latinos."

Scant data has found that the deportation of a migrant family member has adverse health consequences for their US-citizen family members. However, no study has investigated how the detention or deportations of others (e.g., family, friends) relate to the alcohol and drug-using behaviors of US-citizen Latinos.


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Name: The International journal on drug policy
ISSN: 1873-4758
Pages: 102605


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