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  • COVID-19 Litigation Docket

    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in rapid and significant changes to the country’s health care system. State Medicaid programs, state insurance departments, and the federal government have responded in a variety of ways. This docket tracks state and federal litigation stemming from the COVID-19 response and relating to Medicaid,…

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  • Amicus: Bellin v. Zucker, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

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    The National Health Law Program, along with the Center for Medicare Advocacy and Justice in Aging, filed this brief in the Second Circuit in support of the plaintiff. Rosalind Bellin receives Medicaid in New York and needs in-home long term care services to live in her home safely. She…

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  • The Personal Stories of Those Affected by Indiana’s Section 1115 Waiver

    Indiana began implementing Medicaid work requirements on January 1, 2019. On December 31, 2019, the State will begin suspending the coverage of individuals who have not met the work requirements. Indiana estimated that once fully implemented, the work requirements would result in roughly 24,000 individuals losing Medicaid coverage each…

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  • Complaint Rose v. Azar

    Litigation Team

    Indiana residents enrolled in Medicaid filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its extension of a Section 1115 project (HIP 2.0) allowing the State to condition Medicaid eligibility on compliance with work requirements. The approval also permits Indiana to charge enrollees premiums; terminate coverage and prohibit re-enrollment in…

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  • Summary of Lawsuit Filed Against HHS Approval of Indiana’s “Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0” Waiver

    Litigation Team ,

    On February 1, 2018, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) approved Indiana’s request to condition Medicaid coverage of needed health care on work requirements. The approval, which extended the “Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0” (HIP 2.0) project, also allows the State to require low-income enrollees to pay…

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  • Declaration of Leighton Ku in La Clínica de la Raza v. Trump

    Litigation Team ,

    This declaration examines the potential effects of the final public charge regulation issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Specifically, Dr. Ku produces independent, evidence-based analyses and estimates that between 1.0 million and 3.1 million members of immigrant families would drop or forego Medicaid coverage or disenroll due…

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