Health advocates in Oregon fear the looming Medicaid rollbacks are an omen of what’s to come if congressional Republicans gut Obamacare.
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"The longer you’re undocumented, the more stigma there is. It’s like you’re ‘too undocumented’ for health care; you can’t afford it—not the time off, not the time away from earning, none of it,” Concepcion, an immigrant woman from Chicago, told Rewire.
Withdrawing the rule hinders the ability of four million Title X patients, including 1.5 million Planned Parenthood patients, to access quality, affordable health care.
The ruling means the government can’t block federal funds from going to sanctuary cities, but the government is not blocked from enforcing conditions on federal grants or from creating a definition of sanctuary jurisdictions.