Deadline for Medicaid work requirement extended as state goes door to door seeking the noncompliant
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State officials have started to send canvassers door to door in an attempt to locate some 16,800 recipients of expanded Medicaid who fall under New Hampshire’s work requirement for the health care program.
Gov. Chris Sununu and Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers laid out the plan on Monday when Sununu announced he had signed legislation that gives Meyers the ability to extend the deadline for meeting the work requirement. Meyers announced he was extending it for 120 days.