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✦ Federal Medicaid officials this week issued letters to Arkansas and New Hampshire informing them of the Biden administration’s formal revocation of their “community engagement” waivers. The Supreme Court on March 29 was planning to hear oral arguments related to the Trump administration’s approval of Medicaid work requirements in both states, but earlier this month removed the hearing from its docket, suggesting that previous rulings striking down work requirements could stand. View the Arkansas letter at https://bit.ly/30XShsh.

✦ The Biden administration has canceled two changes to the Part D Payment Modernization Model for 2022. One would have extended new formulary flexibilities to participating Part D plans, including in the so-called protected drug classes, in 2022. The other would have removed downside risk from the model. View a notice on the model changes at https://bit.ly/3c35Mxj.

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