Courts don’t have any energy to power spending on Medicaid enlargement, lawyer basic says in submitting

Courts have no power to force spending on Medicaid expansion, attorney general says in filing

Missouri lawmakers were under no obligation to fund Medicaid’s expansion, and the courts cannot force the state to pay medical bills for those eligible under a constitutional amendment initiative, the Attorney General argued in documents, which were filed in Cole County on Monday county court. The filing from the Office of Attorney General Eric Schmitt … Read more

Justices conform to evaluation legality of Medicaid work necessities

Justices agree to review legality of Medicaid work requirements

Posted on Fri, Dec 4th 2020 at 5:39 pm by Amy Howe The Supreme Court announced Friday afternoon that it would weigh the legality of the Trump administration’s approval of Medicaid’s work requirements in Arkansas and New Hampshire. In a brief order, the judges granted a review in Azar v Gresham and Arkansas v Gresham … Read more