The decision is another setback to efforts by President
The Trump administration had approved
In March, a
A federal appeals court considering the
At issue is whether a program created by
Critics say work requirements would jeopardize health care for hardworking people struggling with child care, transportation and other issues while working low-wage jobs with fluctuating hours.
"All it does is increase the uninsured rate," said
About 18,000 people lost benefits after
"We're just going to hold on the program until we know more about what's happening with other state litigation," Capriotti said.
Nationwide, about six in 10 adults on Medicaid already work in low-wage jobs, according to the nonpartisan
Trump signed an executive order last year directing