New Jersey has joined seven other states suing the U.S. government over plans to restrict eligibility for the federally subsidized State Children’s Health Insurance Program, which could result in denial of insurance coverage to an estimated 10,000 children in the state.

The suit, filed Monday in federal court in Manhattan, charges that the government improperly initiated the change by letter rather than using the administrative rulemaking process.

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