# Table 10 Predicting the date of passage of Medicaid access-improving language access law

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
Sample Treated states Less California States treated after 1993 Treated states Less California States treated after 1993
Percent foreign-born 220.2 113.5 − 44.48 − 63.30 − 28.08 5.315
(178.9) (119.0) (81.43) (47.97) (38.07) (27.70)
[0.097] [0.032] [0.003]
Percent born in non-English speaking country − 247.4 − 70.96 189.5* − 70.90 − 31.62 15.09
(244.4) (160.4) (102.2) (60.43) (48.39) (30.83)
[0.088] [0.030] [0.018]
Percent with English as mother tongue 6.989 21.03 30.69* 44.18 31.71 7.504
(35.35) (30.80) (14.59) (31.21) (24.74) (15.57)
[0.097] [0.089] [0.020]
Employed-to-unemployed ratio 0.551 0.0691 − 0.0436 0.351 0.0539 0.0994
(0.549) (0.330) (0.242) (0.361) (0.231) (0.158)
[0.058] [0.002] [0.033]
Total family income − 0.00227 − 0.00166 − 0.00153* − 0.00176* − 0.00127 − 0.000272
(0.00170) (0.00153) (0.000784) (0.000957) (0.000768) (0.000545)
[0.120] [0.111] [0.020]
Governor’s party − 4.718* − 5.384* − 1.744 − 8*** − 6.308** − 2.556
(2.473) (2.687) (1.885) (2.734) (2.242) (1.590)
[0.224] [0.246] [0.152]
Constant 2009*** 2002*** 1989***
(34.01) (28.26) (14.54)
Observations 22 21 17
R-squared 0.365 0.355 0.481
1. Notes: Dependent variable is date of passage of Medicaid access-improving language access law. Columns (4)-(6) have covariate as only explanatory variable; R2 in brackets. Robust standard errors in parentheses
2. ***p<0.01, **p<0.05, *p<0.1. Democrat = 1 and Republican = 2 for “Governor’s party”