By Jim Hightower / <a href="otherwords.org/the-other-mexican-migration/">OtherWords</a>
Source: Read full article at Truthdig
You probably haven’t heard about it, but there’s another mass migration coming across the U.S.-Mexico border.
However, these aren’t Central American families fleeing horrific conditions back home — only to be separated, incarcerated, traumatized, and demonized by Trump for seeking humanitarian asylum in our country.
Rather, these migrants are going the other way — from the United States into Mexican border towns, where they’re welcomed with open arms instead of armed guards.
They’re mostly working-class people seeking relief from our nation’s unaffordable, no-care health care system. As many as 6,000 a day travel to towns like Los Algodones, across from Yuma, Arizona, to get medical services and prescription drugs that are priced out of their reach here in the United States.
This is because the health system there prioritizes care over profits.
Start with professional education, which is tuition-free in Mexico, meaning dentists and other health care providers…