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NCLEJ Opposes the Federal Government’s Efforts to Limit ACA Marketplace Coverage

NCLEJ takes action to protect health care for low-income and immigrant communities. We submitted comments opposing the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ proposed rule that would limit low-income families’ ability to obtain health coverage through the Affordable…

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NCLEJ and ACLU of Rhode Island Achieve Settlement in Challenge to Unlawful Delays of SNAP Benefits

NCLEJ and the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island have reached a settlement with the Rhode Island Department of Human Services in a federal court lawsuit, filed in December 2016, challenging the Rhode Island agency’s widespread failure…

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Help Us Fight for Immigrants

Please see below the email we sent on February 21, 2017 on this important issue.  

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NCLEJ Urges a Rigorous Confirmation Hearing for Secretary of Labor

See below the text of a letter co-signed by NCLEJ. Chairman Lamar Alexander Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions United States Senate Ranking Member Patty Murray Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions United States Senate January…

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January 2017 E-Newsletter

Check out NCLEJ’s January 2017 E-Newsletter. 

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Theresa Lau’s Op-Ed on the Importance of the Affordable Care Act Published in NBC News

An op-ed by Theresa Lau, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Law Foundation Partners and In-House Counsel Community Law Fellow, has been published in NBC News. In response to the 2016 election results, Theresa, along with many other healthcare advocates, opposes the new administration’s…

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NCLEJ and Co-Counsel Challenge the Unconstitutional Revocation of Driver’s Licenses in Tennessee

NCLEJ, along with co-counsel Civil Rights Corps, Just City, and the law firm of Baker Donelson, has filed Thomas v. Haslam, a federal class action lawsuit challenging the unconstitutional revocation of driver’s licenses – without notice or opportunity…

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NCLEJ and Colleagues Challenge Reduction in Medicaid Services for Adults with Severe Developmental Disabilities

NCLEJ has joined advocates from Legal Services of South Central Michigan and the Michigan Poverty Law Program as co-counsel in Waskul v. Washtenaw County Community Mental Health, a federal court appeal challenging county budget cuts in the State…

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