Wisconsin legislators approved a bill to enact a Medicaid work requirement that requires able-bodied beneficiaries below the age of 50 to work, volunteer or attend classes for 80 hours per month to maintain eligibility. Critics said the move is part of a Republican plan to stop the incoming governor, Democrat Tony Evers, from withdrawing the changes set in motion by outgoing Gov. Scott Walker.
Wis. legislators approve bill locking in Medicaid work requirements
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