Commonwealth Fund April 8, 2021
Sara Rosenbaum

Toplines

The Biden administration has begun the process of withdrawing approval for Medicaid work experiments in Arkansas and New Hampshire, but the Supreme Court may yet weigh in on their legality

Federal health officials contend that Medicaid work experiments in Arkansas and New Hampshire would create serious health care coverage and access risks

The Biden administration has begun the process of withdrawing approval for Medicaid work experiments, previously approved by the Trump administration under Section 1115 waivers that allow states to test new approaches in Medicaid. The administration has sent lengthy and detailed letters to states, including Arkansas and New Hampshire, documenting the risks posed by experiments — especially during a pandemic — that compel work as a condition of...

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