States could require Medicaid recipients to work or undergo job training in order to receive benefits under new guidance from the Trump administration. A letter sent to state Medicaid directors suggests they could end benefits for anyone who does not have a job, attend school, serve as a caregiver or participate in approved types of "community engagement," but the idea could face legal challenges.
CMS guidance suggests states could add Medicaid work requirements
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