Philbrick v. Azar

Executive Summary

Representing low-income individuals from New Hampshire, the National Health Law Program, New Hampshire Legal Assistance and National Center for Law and Economic Justice filed a lawsuit, Philbrick v. Azar, March 20 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, challenging HHS approval of New Hampshire’s Medicaid waiver project. New Hampshire’s Medicaid waiver plan, called “Granite Advantage,” includes an illegal work requirement and cuts to services, such as retroactive coverage.

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