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July 28, 2006

Monitoring the Effects of the Medicaid Citizenship Documentation Requirement: Getting Monitoring Activities Underway

Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

By monitoring what happens to U.S. citizens as they try to secure the required citizenship and identity documents, we can learn a great deal about strategies that may help relieve the burden on individuals, as well as those that are particularly problematic. Many concerned parties have important roles to play in monitoring the effects of the Medicaid Citizenship Documentation Requirement, and advocates can facilitate the process by coordinating efforts to track and report on the consequences of the new rule. This resource from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities outlines ways in which advocates can monitor the effects of the Medicaid Citizenship Documentation Requirement.

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