Selected Press Coverage

Here's how the travel ban could affect your health
CNN, by AJ Willingham. March 7, 2017.
Entry Ban Could Cause Doctor Shortages in Trump Territory, New Research Finds
NBC News, by Sam Petulla. March 7, 2017.
Here’s Why Trump’s New Travel Ban Could Make Us Sicker, Not Safer
The Huffington Post, by Anna Almendrala. March 6, 2017.
How Trump's refugee ban hurts health care in places that voted for him
Vox, by Alvin Chang. March 6, 2017.
Doctors from banned countries serve millions of Americans, analysis finds
The Boston Globe, by Felice J. Freyer. March 6, 2017.

In the Courts

Declaration of Mitra Akhtari, filed by the New York Attorney General
State of Washington and State of Minnesota v. Trump. Download PDF. March 13, 2017.
Amicus Brief in support of plaintiffs' motion for temporary restraining order
State of Hawaii v. Trump. Download PDF, page 14. March 14, 2017.

Opinion

The Immigration Ban And The Physician Workforce
Health Affairs Blog, by Matthew Basilico and Michael Stepner. March 6, 2017.
The New Trump Immigration Policy Is Bad for US Health
Peterson Institute for International Economics, by Cullen S. Hendrix. March 8, 2017.
Trump’s new immigration ban poses potential health risk
The Hill, by Abdul El-Sayed. March 10, 2017.
What do immigrant doctors affected by the travel ban bring to America?
Market Design Blog, by Al Roth. March 16, 2017.
Why Muslim Ban 2.0 Would Make Americans Sicker
ACLU Washington Markup Blog, by Joanne Lin and Katie Egan. March 21, 2017.

National Coverage

Doctors Saving Lives Across Borders
U.S. News, by Ruben Castaneda. March 22, 2017.
Foreign medical students learn today how much America wants them
Quartz, by Amitha Kalaichandran and Meera Vijayann. March 17, 2017.
Immigrant doctors — and their patients — fear impact of travel ban
Yahoo News, by Holly Bailey. March 9, 2017.
Trump’s Immigration Policy Affects Health Care Interests: Travel Ban Keeps Doctors Out
Tech Times, by Alexandra Lozovschi. March 9, 2017.
Doctors and Trump's Immigration Order
NECN: The Take with Sue O'Connell, with Peter Ganong and Michael Stepner. March 8, 2017.
Doctors From Banned Countries Provide 14 Million Medical Appointments A Year In U.S.
WBUR CommonHealth, by Lisa Mullins and Lynn Jolicoeur. March 7, 2017.
Effects of Travel Ban on U.S. Health Care
CTV News Channel, Annie DeMelt with Michael Stepner. March 7, 2017.
Trump's travel ban would take doctors away from the people who voted for him
Mic, by Anna Swartz. March 7, 2017.
Trump’s New Travel Ban Could Affect Doctors, Especially In The Rust Belt And Appalachia
FiveThirtyEight, by Anna Maria Barry-Jester. March 6, 2017.
This Map Shows How Trump's Travel Ban Will Impact Doctors In Your County and State
SELF Magazine, by Lindsey Lanquist. March 6, 2017.

Local Coverage

Americans see doctors from banned countries 14 million times a year
The News & Observer (North Carolina), by Teresa Welsh. March 14, 2017.
Hundreds of doctors in LA County could be affected by new travel ban
89.3 KPCC (California), by George Lavender. March 13, 2017.
Immigration order could affect doctor availability, analysis says
Lancaster Online (Pennsylvania), by Heather Stauffer. March 10, 2017.
Physicians worry Trump’s immigration policies could worsen doctor shortages
St. Louis Public Radio (Missouri), by Durrie Bouscaren. March 7, 2017.
Study: healthcare could suffer under President Trump’s travel ban
WNCT-9 TV (North Carolina), by Josh Birch. March 7, 2017.
Report: Physicians from banned countries serve many patients in WNY
The Buffalo News (New York), by Henry L. Davis. March 7, 2017.
Travel ban could have health implications for millions of underserved Americans
Metro (New York, Boston and Philadelphia), by Erin Tiernan. March 6, 2017.
New travel ban could keep needed foreign docs out of rural Texas
Houston Chronicle (Texas), by Mike Hixenbaugh. March 6, 2017.
Syracuse docs from 6 banned countries provide 100,000 appointments annually
Syracuse Post-Standard (New York), by James T. Mulder. March 6, 2017.
Travel Ban Could Affect Immigrant Doctors
BYU Radio (Utah), by Julie Rose. March 21, 2017.