Amici Curiae Brief of the American Hospital Association and Other Hospital Groups on DHS’s Public Charge Rule

The AHA and five other hospital groups September 11, 2019, filed a friend-of-the court brief urging the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California to prevent the Department of Homeland Security’s public charge rule from taking effect Oct. 15.

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