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

    Litigation Team ,

    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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  • June Medical Services v. Russo and the Work that Remains for Underserved Populations

    On June 29th, the Supreme Court ruled in June Medical Services vs. Russo that Louisiana’s admitting privileges law is unconstitutional and blocked it from taking effect. This win for reproductive health advocates means that abortion clinics can remain open to serve patients who need abortion care in Louisiana and…

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  • A.A. v. Gee, Middle District of Louisiana

    Litigation Team

    Medicaid eligible children who require intensive home and community-based mental health services challenged Louisiana’s failure to arrange for or provide those medically necessary services. The failure to provide these services has forced thousands of Louisiana children to unnecessarily cycle in and out of hospitals and psychiatric facilities far away…

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  • Amicus: California v. Texas, U.S. Supreme Court

    The National Health Law Program and ten other organizations filed an amicus brief opposing a group of states’ effort to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, including the Medicaid expansion and other provisions designed to improve the Medicaid program. Texas and twelve other states arguing that the ACA’s minimum coverage…

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  • Amicus: Doe v. Trump, Ninth Circuit

    The National Health Law Program, the American Public Health Association, and 48 other groups filed an amicus brief opposing the President’s October 4, 2019 immigration proclamation. The Proclamation bars the entry of intending immigrants to the United States unless they have “approved health insurance” or “the financial resources to…

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  • Young v. Azar, D.D.C.

    Four low-income individuals from Michigan enrolled in Medicaid filed a class action lawsuit against the Trump administration challenging its approval of Michigan’s Medicaid waiver project, which includes an illegal work requirement and allows Michigan to charge enrollees premiums and terminate coverage for failure to complete certain “healthy behaviors.” Partners: Center…

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