Datapoint: Supreme Court Tosses Work Requirements Case

The United States Supreme Court on April 18 vacated judgments in a case challenging Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and New Hampshire. The dispute will return to lower courts, with the Supreme Court advising them to “dismiss the case as moot.” While work requirements were a pillar of the Trump administration’s CMS, they never truly got off the ground, with Biden’s CMS revoking approval in all 12 state programs. Arkansas currently serves 953,586 Medicaid beneficiaries, to New Hampshire’s 213,845.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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