Work requirement back in forefront of Medicaid debate
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Continuing the expansion of Medicaid health insurance to more than 50,000 low-income New Hampshire residents was supposed to be last year’s legislative battle. But as 2019 dawns, the program now known as Granite Advantage Health Care is again atop the legislative agenda.
In one of her first acts as a state senator, former state Rep. Cindy Rosenwald, D-Nashua, will soon introduce legislation dealing with work requirements for Medicaid beneficiaries. The bill has been “filed confidentially” according to a state Senate spokesman, and its language is not yet ready for public release.