Bandaged up $100 bill Opponents of Medicaid work requirements say they do more harm than good by pushing some of the country’s poorest people off a program that was designed to help them.

The Biden administration has taken action to reverse the previous administration’s Medicaid work requirement policies.

Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar asked the U.S. Supreme Court to cancel oral arguments in appeals the Trump administration filed to let Arkansas and New Hampshire require that Medicaid recipients work as a condition of coverage, Bloomberg Law reported. She also asked the justices to toss the lower-court decisions and send the cases back with instructions to have the secretary of Health and Human Services resolve the matter.

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