No Health Care for You!

By Kalena Thomhave


Work requirements, therefore, might more accurately be called “paperwork requirements,” according to Elizabeth Lower-Basch, director of income and work supports at the Center for Law and Social Policy. “The vast majority of the people who lost benefits” due to work requirements, she says, “should have been exempt or were in fact working and just didn’t know that they needed to report their hours, or couldn’t figure out how to navigate the [reporting] system.” 

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