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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - C.J. Bawden
President Obama's health care law will be available in Spanish and other languages, according to new rules the administration issued late last week that tell the "navigators," who are supposed to help Americans negotiate the labyrinthian law, to be prepared to help non-English speakers.
Mr. Bawden, the Nevada official, said his state is building a Spanish version of a Web portal from the ground up, rather than translating from English, where they feared something could be lost in translation.
Nevada, for example, wants 40 percent of the groups that offer in-person assistance to have at least one person conversant in Spanish, since 43 percent of Nevada's 577,000 uninsured residents are of Hispanic origin, said C.J. Bawden, a spokesman for the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange.