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By Michael Ricciardelli
In Health Law
Mar 3rd, 2013
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Professor John Jacobi published a feature Op-ed in The Record, New Jersey’s most awarded newspaper, on the impact Governor Chris Christie’s decision to expand Medicaid under the ACA will have. Professor Jacobi writes: GOVERNOR CHRISTIE’S decision to expand Medicaid coverage to more residents will improve the health of many low-income New Jerseyans, and save the [&helli...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Health Law
Dec 17th, 2012
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Medical repatriations of undocumented immigrants likely to rise as result of federal funding reductions to safety net hospitals under Affordable Care Act New York, NY, and Newark, New Jersey, December 17, 2012 –Today, the Center for Social Justice (CSJ) at Seton Hall University School of Law and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI) […]...
By Frank Pasquale
In Hospitals
Jul 22nd, 2012
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John Roberts’ jurisprudential wizardry in NFIB has been compared with the artistic genius of pro wrestlers and rappers. Poor Americans in states newly empowered to resist the ACA’s Medicaid expansion may need even more ingenuity to get themselves insured. Both Kevin Outterson and my colleague John Jacobi have observed the perplexing predicament imposed on the poor in s...
By John V. Jacobi
In Medicaid
Jul 12th, 2012
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I recently wrote about the plight of poor adults in states that reject “Medicaid 2.0″ — that is, the expansions of Medicaid contained in the ACA.  Just to recap, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the expansions, but held that Medicaid’s historical power to enforce state uniformity — sanctioning states up to and including [&...
By Tara Adams Ragone
In Health Law
Jul 10th, 2012
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It’s go time, New Jersey.  Now that the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, New Jersey has to reignite efforts to implement health reform — or else the Federal government will step in to fill the gaps. If New Jersey wishes to operate a state-based exchange (or to participate in a state partnership […]...