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President trump's plan to require Medicaid recipients to go to work has been shot down by an appellate court our Tim acquire report the case involves the 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