When Azul was five, doctors finally figured out the little girl had asthma. That’s become a big problem among children of farm workers, says Dr. Catherine Karr of the University of Washington.
“In general, we’re all lazy. No one wants to get up early on a Sunday 3morning to go vote.” That's what one teenager in Argentina says, but national polls and others paint a drastically different picture.
Critics of voter ID laws in the US say the measures are intended to limit who can vote. In Argentina, the government is being criticized for trying to do the opposite. A bill currently being debated would dramatically expand voting rights.