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Trump administration opens door to let states — including Utah — impose Medicaid work requirements

Meanwhile, CMS also approved Utah’s so-called 1115 waiver late last year — a plan intended to expand health coverage to an additional 4,000 to 6,000 impoverished adults without children, many of whom are also homeless. In that case, Utah also separately requested a work requirement amendment, which was not initially approved. But now, after the Trump administration’s new guidance, the state may also require that group to work, Young said.

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