In partnership with state health advocates, the National Health Law Program litigates on behalf of low-income people, people with disabilities, and organizations serving these groups. Many of our cases have changed institutional practices and set lasting health care precedents. While each state is different, cases in one state can create important precedents and models for advocates across the country.
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- November 8, 2022
Case Summary: Georgia v. Brooks-LaSure – Medicaid Work Requirements ReappearRead more
A federal court in Georgia has set aside a decision by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)…
- September 28, 2022
Summary of Amicus Briefs Supporting Ivanka Talevski in Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County v. Talevski (No. 21-806)Read more
The Supreme Court is deciding whether individuals can enforce the Medicaid Act through 42 USC 1983. Section 1983 has…