The amended complaint in Gresham v. Azar, which includes more plaintiffs, noting that more than 8,400 people have lost coverage since implementation of of Arkansans’ Medicaid work requirements mandate: The Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ran afoul of his authority under the Medicaid act in approving earlier this year a waiver plan from Arkansas that includes an onerous and illegal work requirement, as well as a reduction in retroactive eligibility, National Health Law Program, Legal Aid of Arkansas and Southern Poverty Law Centerargue in lawsuit representing Arkansas Medicaid beneficiaries filed today in federal court, urging it to block implementation of the Arkansas waiver scheme. Download and read the complaint.
Gresham v. Azar: Amended Complaint (Legal Pleading)
August 15, 2018
National Health Law Program, Legal Aid of Arkansas, and Southern Poverty Law Center lodged a lawsuit in federal court …
August 14, 2018
On March 5, 2018, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) approved an amendment to Arkansas’s existing section…