A recently published research study by ICH’s Leah Zallman and Sharon Touw finds devastating implications for children who need medical care with the implementation of the public charge rule. The article, “Implications of Changing Public Charge Immigration Rules for Children Who Need Medical Care”, is being featured in multiple media outlets, including CNN Health, MedPage Today, and Reuters (see more below).
To read the research article, click here.
See below for a selection of media outlets and articles featuring the study:
- AZ Family: Trump’s immigration proposal could cause millions of children to opt out of health benefits, study says
- CNN Español: La propuesta de inmigración de Trump podría hacer que millones de niños dejen de usar beneficios de salud, según un estudio
- Channel News Asia: Trump immigration proposal may mean sick kids lose health benefits
- Health Day News: White House Immigration Proposal May Harm Health of 1.9 Million Kids
- Medical Daily Times: Trump Policy Could Mean Immigrant Children With Health Concerns Will Lose Health Benefits
- Pacific Standard: Millions of kids could lose health insurance and food assistance under trump’s public charge rule
- The Guardian: 8.3m children of immigrant families risk losing health insurance under new rule
- Yahoo News: Trump immigration proposal may mean sick kids lose health benefits