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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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  • La Clinica De La Raza et al v. Trump, Northern District of California

    Litigation Team

    Nonprofits serving immigrant communities filed a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s “public charge” regulation. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, individuals seeking admission to the U.S. or seeking to adjust their status to lawful permanent residence may be denied if they are "likely at any time to become a…

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  • Philbrick v. Azar, D.D.C., D.C. Circuit, and Supreme Court

    Litigation Team

    Four low-income individuals from New Hampshire enrolled in Medicaid filed a class action lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its approval of New Hampshire’s Medicaid waiver project, which includes an illegal work requirement and cuts to services, such as retroactive coverage. Partners: New Hampshire Legal Assistance, National Center for…

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  • Amicus: Planned Parenthood of South Atlantic v. Baker

    The National Health Law Program filed an amicus brief in support of Planned Parenthood urging the Court to reject Texas’ effort to exclude Planned Parenthood from the State’s Medicaid program. NHeLP filed an amicus brief explaining the history of individual’s right to enforce the Medicaid Act. Partners: IPAS, Sexuality…

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  • Gresham v. Azar, D.D.C., D.C. Circuit and, Supreme Court

    Litigation Team

    Arkansas residents enrolled in Medicaid filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its approval of a Section 1115 waiver which would allow Arkansas to impose onerous conditions on eligibility, including work requirements, and eliminate retroactive coverage. These changes will terminate Medicaid coverage of tens of thousands of low-income…

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  • Amicus: Tennessee v. U.S. Department of State, Sixth Circuit

    Tennessee challenged the federal Medicaid statute’s requirement to provide Medicaid coverage to refugees as unconstitutionally coercive. Our amicus brief described the history of the Medicaid eligibility for immigrants, highlighting that the requirement to provide Medicaid to refugees has been part of Medicaid’s requirements since its inception in 1965. Partners:…

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