Bloomberg Law
April 7, 2021, 7:35 PM

Medicaid Work Requirement Waivers Revoked in Michigan, Wisconsin

Christopher Brown
Christopher Brown
Staff Correspondent

The Department of Health and Human Services broadened its attack on work requirements in state Medicaid programs, informing Michigan and Wisconsin that it is withdrawing approval for must-work provisions approved during the Trump administration.

The move came three weeks after the HHS took similar action against Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and New Hampshire, and over a month after the department informed Michigan and Wisconsin officials that it had preliminarily concluded work and community-engagement requirements don’t promote the objectives of the Medicaid program.

Requiring poor adults to work as a condition of receiving health care would likely decrease Medicaid ...

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