Classified ads Federal lawcurrently prohibits work requirements for Medicaid benefits, butthe Trump administration has granted waivers to four states and isconsidering three more. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A conservative advocacy group is touting the results of a studythat it says show the benefits of requiring able-bodied Medicaidbeneficiaries to be employed.

The study by the Buckeye Institute, a conservative group basedin Columbus, Ohio, concludes that Medicaid work requirements willsignificantly boost the lifetime earnings of those who would otherwisenot be working.

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