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Faith Scarlette Feb 22
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Misha Collins Dec 10
“Everyone has the right to seek & enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.”–Universal Declaration of Human Rights But Trump is trying to deny asylum based on income.Let him know that won’t fly! Last day to comment:
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Leana Wen, M.D. Dec 10
What kind of a country are we living in where people can’t get access to care & are dying b/c of their immigration status? Healthcare is a human right & immigration rights are human rights.
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Julie O'Keefe Feb 1
I just signed a petition asking Congress to investigate the deaths of 2 children detained by Customs & Border Control at the US Border, written by Physicians for Human Rights . Please consider signing!
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jan 15
A6: The public charge proposal would make it harder for children to get the care they need and remain with their parents. Families should not have to choose between accessing vital health services and staying together.
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APIAHF 2h
We already know the harm and trauma that separation brings to children and families, so what's being done about it?
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SAALT Jan 16
For those of you who submitted a comment on and those of you potentially impacted or know someone who might be, here's a guide to understanding where we're at now:
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Omolara Uwemedimo MD, MPH Feb 4
Ty for story on how fear of rule has led to immigrant families opting out of benefits. And my take on the impact of families' unfair choice between basic needs or their future.
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National Partnership Jan 16
Heartbreaking. Trump's public charge rule "could force patients to choose between health care and their chance at a green card." Patients should be able to seek and receive health care without fear.
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Scott Krugman, MD Feb 4
This is NOT how to - you don't separate them and lose track of them and then refuse to return them to their parents. Our system returns kids to bio parents from foster parents all the time. That's not the traumatic part.....
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UNICEF ALBANIA Jan 29
UNICEF calls on government to continue to support families at risk of separation and to provide high quality family based care for children in need. to protect child rights.
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Madison Hardee Jan 25
Lots of applause for the collective efforts to drive MORE THAN 200,000 comments on public charge regulation. Thanks you for you partnership to , !!
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MomsRising Feb 11
The Trump administration most likely separated thousands more children from their parents at the Southern border than was previously believed. This is horrifying and unacceptable! TAKE ACTION:
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Michael Skolnik Dec 10
COMMENT NOW on Trump's horrible "public charge" rule, which would force immigrants to choose between basic needs like healthcare and keeping their families together.    ⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠
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Opportunity Agenda Dec 21
Families need life-saving assistance programs that meet their basic needs like ... Food 🍌 Housing 🏠, and healthcare💊
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Community Catalyst Jan 28
The Trump administration’s proposed changes to ‘’ rules are keeping immigrant families from seeking necessary health care out of fear.
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Dr. Julie M. Linton Dec 21
let’s flood Twitter with positivity, science, and solutions that shift the darkness of towards light of a bright future
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Karen Spilka Dec 11
Trump's “public charge" proposal is cruel, unnecessary, and worst of all: unsurprising. Yesterday I wrote a letter urging the Department of Homeland Security to withdraw this inhumane proposal and .
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NYC Health+Hospitals Jan 31
. has a long history of caring for all. That has NOT changed.
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National Immigration Law Center Feb 22
The Trump administration claims that they ended their family separation policy but that was a lie. It's still happening. Every single day.
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