Datapoint: South Dakota Will Vote on Medicaid Work Requirements

South Dakota voters will decide in November whether the state can impose Medicaid work requirements on its expansion population, per a measure passed by the state legislature. Voters chose to bring Medicaid expansion to the state in the November 2022 elections. While the current measure says the government “may not impose greater or additional burdens or restrictions on eligibility or enrollment standards,” the new ballot initiative would add “who has not been diagnosed as being physically or mentally disabled” to that language. South Dakota currently serves 103,098 Medicaid beneficiaries.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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