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MotherJones: How to Discriminate Against Pre-Existing Conditions in Two Easy Tiers

By Kevin Drum

Via ProPublica, here's an editorial published yesterday in the American Journal of Managed Care:

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Miami Herald: Medi-Cal patients sue over application backlog

By Judy Lin

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Medi-Cal patients and health care advocates filed a lawsuit against the state Wednesday for leaving hundreds of thousands of low-income and disabled people waiting months for care.

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Los Angeles Times: Patients sue state over backlog of Medi-Cal approvals, now at 350,000

By Eryn Brown

Citing a paperwork backlog that has left the healthcare of hundreds of thousands of low-income Californians in limbo, patients represented by a coalition of legal advocates are suing the state.

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The New York Times: U.S. to End Coverage Under Health Care Law for Tens of Thousands

By Robert Pear

WASHINGTON—The Obama administration said on Monday that it planned to terminate health insurance for 115,000 people on Oct. 1 because they had failed to prove that they were United States citizens or legal immigrants eligible for coverage under the Affordable Care Act. It also told 363,000 people that they could lose financial aid because their incomes could not be verified.

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Health Affairs: Implementing Health Reform: Medicaid Eligibility, 2015 Navigator Grants, And FAQs

By Timothy Jost

The decision of the full D.C. Circuit to review the panel decision in Halbig v. Burwell en banc was clearly the big Affordable Care Act (ACA) court decision of the first week in September, but a September 2 decision of the federal district court of the Middle District of Tennessee, Gordon v. Wilson, is also worthy of note.

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