Action Alert: Make Medicaid Better, Don't Cut It! « click to learn more »

Public hearings have started on the Human Services Department’s recently released plan for the future of Medicaid in New Mexico – Centennial Care 2.0. The plan includes several alarming changes to cut Medicaid that would be harmful and costly to our families and the state of New Mexico by reducing health benefits and making it more likely that people will lose Medicaid coverage. Learn more about these changes here. Learn how you can make your voice heard here.

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The Center’s Mission

The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty is dedicated to advancing economic and social justice through education, advocacy and litigation. We work with low-income New Mexicans to improve living conditions, increase opportunities and protect the rights of people living in poverty.

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Each year, the Center generates changes to laws, policies, or programs that help tens of thousands of low-income New Mexicans fend off poverty. Your tax-deductible donation to the NM Center on Law and Poverty will further this work to ensure that low-income families can feed their families, access medical care, and keep a roof over their heads.

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Education Lawsuit Against State of New Mexico Seeks Justice for New Mexico’s School Children

Education

Yazzie v. State of New Mexico calls for the court to order the State to provide the programming and resources necessary for all public school students to succeed as well

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Winning Workers’ Compensation Protections for Farm, Ranch and Dairy Laborers

Workers' Rights

In the District Court and in the Court of Appeals, we won legal victories extending workers’ compensation to New Mexico’s farmworkers.

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Strengthening Medicaid

Healthcare

With over 1 in 3 New Mexicans relying on Medicaid for their healthcare, we advocate for fully funding the program, making enrollment easier, and ensuring access to services.

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Defeating Hunger

Public Benefits

The Center works to improve administration of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program so that hungry New Mexicans can find help when they need it most.

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NM Mexico Center on Law and Poverty

924 Park Avenue, SW
Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87102

(505) 255-2840 tel.  |   (505) 255-2778 fax
contact@nmpovertylaw.org

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