Protected: Newton-Nations v. Betlach & Sebelius, District of Arizona and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Executive Summary

Medicaid beneficiaries in Arizona challenged Arizona’s decision to impose expensive copayments that exceeded the limits set out in federal law, creating barriers to beneficiaries’ access to services. Plaintiffs also challenged the United States Department of Health and Human Services approval of those copayments through the federal Section 1115 authority.

Partners: William E. Morris Institute for Justice, Arizona Center for Disability Law

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