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Arkansas phasing in work requirements for those on Medicaid

by Sarah Whites-Koditschek Aug 7, 2018
Arkansas is at the forefront of a national experiment to see whether requiring work for health care coverage helps lift people out of poverty. So far, the state’s plan has seen low compliance among beneficiaries who may soon see themselves…
Out of the around 10,000 people who were supposed to report their work in the state’s first phase of the work requirements, 7,464 had not reported as of June. 
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Republican Arkansas looks to cut its once-expanded Medicaid rolls

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 22, 2017
With the future of the Affordable Care Act uncertain, some states anticipate greater reductions by Congress.
Eddie Pannell is the retiring executive director at Harmony Health Clinic. He thinks many patients who left the free clinic after the passage of the Affordable Care Act will return if Congress cuts Medicaid.
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