A few months ago, I was on vacation in Mexico, and my husband was traveling through Central America, so he took me on a trip through Mexico.
I was pleasantly surprised by the country.
It has a very low poverty rate, it has very low infant mortality, and it has a highly educated population.
We went through the state of Chiapas and then through a small town in Michoacan, which was kind of a crossroads for people who are in Mexico because it was really, really dangerous.
We were staying in a beautiful house with a beautiful garden.
And, as we were walking through the neighborhood, I asked my husband, “So, what are the best places to go in Mexico?”
And he said, “Well, I would say the safest places, the cheapest places to live.
They are all in Chiapasa.”
And he was right.
I could not find a place in Chiapa, but in Michosas, the average cost of living is about $1,000 a month.
And we went to a few places that were really, actually cheap and cheap and affordable, and they were the ones that I would recommend to anyone.
Now, Mexico has had a long history of low income, high poverty, and high infant mortality rates.
And yet, the health care system is the envy of the world.
So, what does that mean for you?
We are working to create the Affordable Care Act, the largest health care reform in the world, which would replace the current Medicaid program in the United States.
The U.S. currently has about 20 million people covered through the program, and Mexico has about 3.5 million.
What happens if we are able to expand access to health care across Mexico and in the U.K.?
What would it mean for people in the country, for people working in Mexico or people in Britain, that are working in the health system?
It would mean the creation of an entirely new kind of public health system.
And that’s exactly what the Mexican government has been working on.
It’s an incredibly ambitious plan.
Mexico is the biggest health care market in the Americas.
Mexico has one of the highest levels of infant mortality in the hemisphere.
And it has one, perhaps the highest rates of infant poverty.
The system is in crisis.
The government is desperate for money to solve the problem.
So how would this system work?
How would it be implemented?
The government says that we are in a position of creating a universal health care plan that covers everyone.
We’re going to have a government-run insurance program, but the idea is that it will be managed by private companies, so that you can go into the private insurance system, and you can buy coverage.
We’ll have a single-payer system.
But there will be no single-provider system.
We have to have an all-payer solution, because it is the only way to have health care that everyone has access to.
That’s why we’re bringing together our experts from all sectors to create a new health care and medical innovation platform, which will allow the country to build a global model of universal health.
The idea is to build this system, in part, from Mexico’s experience in Latin America.
And as a result, we are creating a new healthcare system in Mexico.
And the key is to put together a plan that’s sustainable and that can sustain this new system.
It is also important that we have a comprehensive, comprehensive plan that addresses the many different problems that we face as a country.
We will also need to build on the foundations of the current system.
In other words, we have to do more to help those who are at risk of dying, and those who need medical care to stay alive.
That means that the government has to set up a network of clinics and hospitals that provide care to the uninsured, to the poor, to people who have chronic health conditions, to those who have a disability.
It means that they will be able to access health care services when they need them, and we will have the necessary resources to ensure that they are able.
And I think that the biggest thing that we can do is to make sure that everyone gets the care they need.
That is the reason that we’re working to make Mexico the model for the entire world.
And what we are doing is creating an entire new system for the people who need health care.
And in the process, we will create jobs.
In the United Kingdom, we’ve seen a tremendous shift in the economy, as a number of different companies have moved in, and many people are getting better jobs, and there are more people working, and people are earning more.
In Mexico, we’re seeing the same thing.
But Mexico has the lowest unemployment rate in Latin American and the third lowest rate in the Western Hemisphere.
And people are working.
The country has the largest labor force in the region, the second-largest workforce in Latin and