N.H. Said Its Medicaid Work Requirement Would Be Different, Early Numbers Suggest Otherwise
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Ever since New Hampshire’s Medicaid work requirement was approved by the Trump administration last November, critics have warned it would be plagued by the same problems that beset another Medicaid work requirement in Arkansas.
On Monday, the first numbers from the state Department of Health and Human Services suggests those critics were right. Nearly 17,000 people, or 68% of those subject to the work requirement, were in non-compliance for the month of June.