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Advocates to seek law requiring interpreters for D.C. pharmacies

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A coalition of immigration and health care advocates will launch a campaign on Monday urging the D.C. government to require pharmacies to provide interpreters for customers with limited English skills, a measure that could lead city lawmakers to mandate for the first time that the private sector offer language services. "It's definitely a life or death thing," said Sapna Pandya, the executive...

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