AAFP Joins Opposition to Sweeping 'Public Charge' Change
22 would put a "governmental barrier" between physicians and their patients, the AAFP and four other physician organizations warned. The change would allow the government to deny permanent residency to immigrants who use Medicare Part D, Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and certain other benefits.
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