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Appeals Court Rejects Trump Medicaid Work Requirements in Arkansas

NYTimes.com Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
The ruling, written by a Reagan appointee, said the administration failed to show how such rules would help Medicaid to meet its mission of covering the poor.
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A federal appeals court sided with a lower court in ruling against Arkansas&apos; implementation of work requirements for Medicaid recipients.

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