On March 19, Mexican immigrant Josefa Marín was one of over 30 people to sit in front of three assistant attorneys general and describe the plight of being a non-English speaker in a New York hospital. The story she told was of a day several years ago when her son Carlos fell out of his bed and bumped his head, and so, as she put it, "like any concerned Mother," she took him to the hospital. She arrived at Woodhull Hospital in Williamsburg around 11:45 a.m. with her four-year-old daughter in tow, and spent the next 12 hours waiting for someone to treat him, or at least talk to... More >>>