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New York's Medicaid director, Jason Helgerson, will step down from his post later this spring once the 2018-19 state budget is finalized, the governor's office confirmed Tuesday. Helgerson was the principal behind New York's massive effort to redesign Medicaid, a $68...

source: Times Union

People traveled from all corners of the state Tuesday afternoon to urge New Hampshire lawmakers to renew Medicaid expansion, which is set to expire at the end of this year. While most of those who testified at Wednesday's hearing...

source: New Hampshire Public Radio

Leaders of Virginia's House of Delegates are trying to sell wary fellow Republicans on Medicaid expansion by tying it to President Trump and Vice President Pence. House Speaker M. Kirkland Cox contends that expanding the...

source: The Washington Post

Some Alaska lawmakers want to require Medicaid recipients to work in order to receive their benefits. Two bills introduced in the Legislature would impose work requirements, something one of the sponsors, Senate President Pete Kelly, said should be seen as a "privilege"...

source: The Associated Press via San Francisco Chronicle

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is countersuing to stop a lawsuit filed by critics of the state's plan to institute Medicaid work requirements. The administration filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Kentucky on Monday seeking a ruling...

source: The Hill

Ohio for the first time is seeking federal approval to create job requirements as a condition to qualify for Medicaid. Most Ohio residents enrolled through the expansion of Medicaid, the state-federal health insurance program for the poor, are already working or would be...

source: Dayton Daily News


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