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Administration's plan for a work requirement to qualify Medicaid for Medicaid has been shot down by a federal appeals court case involves a state of Arkansas work requirement for people to qualify for Medicaid a three judge panel in the Washington DC appeals court ruled unanimously the principal objective of Medicaid is providing healthcare coverage and that work requirements for able bodied people lack specific legal authorization the decision is likely to affect the nearly twenty other states in various stages of trying to implement the requirements after the trump administration invited them in twenty seventeen to submit such proposals advocates for low income people called the decision a solid win Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson says he's hoping the Supreme Court will review the case Tim acquire Washington your