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Trump Administration Allows Wisconsin to Question Medicaid Applicants About Risky Behavior

The Trump administration is allowing Wisconsin to become the first state to compel certain poor residents to disclose behavior such as drinking and exercise to qualify for Medicaid—and to charge more to people whose behavior the state judges as risky. Federal health officials, however, rebuffed an unprecedented effort by Wisconsin to impose drug tests on Medicaid applicants. (Amy Goldstein, Washington Post)

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