A federal court has struck down President Trump’s Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas.
The ruling is the latest in a long line of activist judges resisting President Trump’s health agenda. Trump’s effort to fix our healthcare is extremely important.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled unanimously on Friday that the work requirements were illegal.
In the panel’s opinion, Judge David Sentelle said, “Failure to consider whether the project will result in coverage loss is arbitrary and capricious.”
The work requirements have received criticism for their habit of reducing healthcare enrollment levels. These criticisms fail to realize that increasing enrollment is not necessarily the goal of Trump’s programs.
Regardless of the purpose, President Trump will find no shortage of judicial activism directed against him.
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