Low-Income N.H. Residents Sue Over Medicaid Work Requirements
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Low-income residents of New Hampshire are suing the federal government over the state’s work requirements for those enrolled under Medicaid expansion.
The National Health Law Program, New Hampshire Legal Assistance and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice sued on behalf of a 26-year-old sporting goods store cashier, a 40-year-old who does seasonal work and lives off the land, as well as a couple with three children.