U.S. appeals court skeptical of Trump's Medicaid work rules
from Minneapolis StarTribune
A U.S. appeals court is voicing broad skepticism about the Trump administration's work requirements for low-income Medicaid recipients. All three members of an appeals panel in Washington, D.C., lobbed hard questions at a Justice Department lawyer who was defending the policy Friday at a hearing. The Trump administration has allowed states to require able-bodied adults drawing health benefits to work, volunteer or study. Officials argue that work can make people healthier.
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