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Kentucky becomes first U.S. state to impose Medicaid work provisions
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wow. 80 hours a month.

80 X 7.25 an hour = $580 a month in free labor.

Seems pricey for the kind of limited, medical care that one gets from Medicaid (if you can even find a doctor who will take Medicaid).

Would anyone here pay $600 a month for Medicaid coverage?
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We’re either headed for revolution or fully unveiled socialism, I anticipate the latter.
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yep, now they can fill those part-time positions with unpaid job trainees.
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As a stupid illiterate hilbilly, I find it refreshing to have a govt. that is willing to force if necessary its population to become literate and learn to help themselves.
What ever happened to pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. Sorry I am sure that went way over most of the Respectable Citizen socialist that have never really worked for a living.
I would truly love for the . Gov to pay for my secondary education, but I am too busy trying to pay for my children's education so we can all be debt free.
Not too bad a post for only a high school educated, 49th ranked in education, self taught, redneck.
Oh look, you can even understand my post, without edit, better than many college educated posters on here.
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01-13-2018 10:30 PM

 



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Channelingmyself  Wrote: (01-13-2018 06:34 PM)
Rayne  Wrote: (01-13-2018 06:16 PM)
Kentucky is poor...and reddoomed





Kentucky becomes first U.S. state to impose Medicaid work provisions
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Kentucky on Friday became the first U.S. state to require that Medicaid recipients work or get jobs training, after gaining federal approval for the fundamental change to the 50-year-old health insurance program for the poor.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued policy guidance on Thursday allowing states to design and propose test programs with such requirements.



Kentucky’s waiver, submitted for federal approval in 2016, requires able-bodied adult recipients to participate in at least 80 hours a month of “employment activities,” including jobs training, education and community service.

The Kentucky program also imposes a premium on most Medicaid recipients based on income. Some who miss a payment or fail to re-enroll will be locked out for six months. The new rules will take effect in July, Kentucky state officials said.

“Kentucky will now lead on this issue,” Governor Matt Bevin said at a news conference on Friday. “They want the dignity associated with being able to earn and have engagement in the very things they’re receiving,” he said of Medicaid recipients.

Democrats and health advocacy groups blasted the federal policy on Thursday, saying it would make it tougher for the most vulnerable Americans to have access to healthcare. The Southern Poverty Law Center liberal advocacy group said it planned to file a legal challenge.

The rules apply to those between 19 and 64 years old. Certain groups are exempt, including former foster-care youth, pregnant women, primary caregivers of a dependent, full-time students, the disabled and the medically frail. The Trump administration also said states would have to make “reasonable modifications” for those battling opioid addiction and other substance-use disorders.

More at link: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-h...SKBN1F128R

So basically it will do nothing from stopping these welfare queens from business as usual.

The full time student status a person could just choose and implement.
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01-13-2018 10:35 PM

 



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 08:57 PM)
wow. 80 hours a month.

80 X 7.25 an hour = $580 a month in free labor.

Seems pricey for the kind of limited, medical care that one gets from Medicaid (if you can even find a doctor who will take Medicaid).

Would anyone here pay $600 a month for Medicaid coverage?

If they do this they should at least add those people who can't afford Obama Care have zero insurance but work.
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Ky redneck  Wrote: (01-13-2018 10:08 PM)
As a stupid illiterate hilbilly, I find it refreshing to have a govt. that is willing to force if necessary its population to become literate and learn to help themselves.
What ever happened to pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. Sorry I am sure that went way over most of the Respectable Citizen socialist that have never really worked for a living.
I would truly love for the . Gov to pay for my secondary education, but I am too busy trying to pay for my children's education so we can all be debt free.
Not too bad a post for only a high school educated, 49th ranked in education, self taught, redneck.
Oh look, you can even understand my post, without edit, better than many college educated posters on here.

So...you are illiterate?
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Rayne  Wrote: (01-13-2018 08:15 PM)
Heir  Wrote: (01-13-2018 08:06 PM)
Gearing up labor needs for the Hemp Industry I see .

Cheap labor?

Maybe this is how they plan to replace the cheap labor of the immigrants they are sending away.

If someone has a lapse, they have to prove that they can read.

I'm sure the other states will follow suit quickly.

How can any student be illiterate after 100-something years of mandatory school?

Wasn't the government supposed to end illiteracy with their omnipotent wisdom and supreme beneficence?

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BlackCat  Wrote: (01-13-2018 11:11 PM)
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Typical leftist bullshit ... "your job is to do what I say and STFU as I take what's yours and what you earn and give it to some fukker I say is more worthy."

Leftists are all fukkin idiots.

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RE: Kentucky becomes first U.S. state to impose Medicaid work provisions
Rayne  Wrote: (01-13-2018 10:39 PM)
Ky redneck  Wrote: (01-13-2018 10:08 PM)
As a stupid illiterate hilbilly, I find it refreshing to have a govt. that is willing to force if necessary its population to become literate and learn to help themselves.
What ever happened to pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. Sorry I am sure that went way over most of the Respectable Citizen socialist that have never really worked for a living.
I would truly love for the . Gov to pay for my secondary education, but I am too busy trying to pay for my children's education so we can all be debt free.
Not too bad a post for only a high school educated, 49th ranked in education, self taught, redneck.
Oh look, you can even understand my post, without edit, better than many college educated posters on here.

facepalm

I spend a lot of time in Kentucky. The state is not that poor compared to many blue states, or Ohio to the north. Yes, there are people with drug problems and that is unfortunate but the government can't fix everything for people.
So...you are illiterate?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 01:16 AM)
[quote='Rayne' pid='56565' dateline='1515875968']

So...you are illiterate?

facepalm

I spend a lot of time in Kentucky. The state is not that poor compared to many blue states, or Ohio to the north. Yes, there are people with drug problems and that is unfortunate but the government can't fix everything for people.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 08:49 PM)
Look,

It's in it's natural environment!

A restroom ?
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Diversity hire.

Must be nice.
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