Georgia’s U.S. senators and congressional Democrats are urging the Biden administration to “fully rescind” a health care plan that federal officials first paused in February – and to do so soon. Gov. Brian Kemp’s administration has pushed back on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ decision to withdraw its approval of a Georgia plan that would slightly expand Medicaid to as many as 50,000 people if they complete 80 hours every month of work, community service or job training or if they are full-time higher education students. The federal agency objected to these strict eligibility requirements in a letter.
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