Advocates Say Confusion Over Administration’s New Public Charge Rule Threatens Health and Well-being of Immigrant Families, Especially Children
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Press Release: FHJP opposes Supreme Court's lift of nationwide court orders that had blocked the Trump administration from implementing its new public charge rule
Florida Health Justice Project Files Comments Opposing the Trump Administration’s Proposed Changes to the “Public Charge” Rule
Florida Health Justice Project Featured in the Miami Herald's Editorial Opposing The Trump Administration's Proposed Changes to the "Public Charge" Rule
The Florida Health Justice Project was featured in an editorial piece regarding the proposed Public Charge rule. The article contains direct quotes from our Executive Director, Miriam Harmatz, and Board Member, Dr. Fred Anderson, that discuss the present and future effects of this rule. Information on how to submit a comment online is also provided in the article.
Proposed Changes To the Public Charge Rule will Cause Significant Loss of Health Care Coverage for Florida Children (Updated)
Proposed Changes to the Public Charge Rule Will Push Thousands of Florida’s Children Out of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
By: Daniel Chang, email@example.com
The Miami Herald's article discussing the Public Charge Rule highlights FHJP's Matt's Childer's research analyzing the rule's impact in causing children to lose critical benefits, including health coverage and SNAP. The article also features Dr. Fred Anderson, FHJP Board member, discussing how the proposed rule changes are adding to immigrants' fears and raising the likelihood that their medical conditions will worsen.