Gresham v. Azar: Plaintiffs’ Stories

Gresham v. Azar: Plaintiffs’ Stories

Executive Summary

National Health Law Program, Legal Aid of Arkansas, and Southern Poverty Law Center lodged a lawsuit in federal court  on August 14 against HHS for approving a Sec. 1115 Medicaid waiver plan from Arkansas that includes an onerous work requirement and a limit on retroactive eligibility. This brief piece by National Health Law Program Senior Attorneys Wayne Turner and Elizabeth Edwards details a bit about the plaintiffs in Gresham v. Azar.

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