The Trump administration is offering states a path to impose new work requirements for some people who get health insurance under Medicaid, the program that serves 68 million primarily low-income, elderly and disabled Americans. This is a historic shift. Never in Medicaid’s 52 years have people had to work in order to get health insurance. […]
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There’s a new position in one Atlanta school’s directory: a lawyer.
Cutting corporate taxes affects the market for affordable housing tax credits
Customers can eat for free if they can't afford to pay, or pay a little extra to help others.
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