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September 20, 2018
Research & Commentary: Virginia Needs to Add Work Requirements to Medicaid
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines Virginia's recent expansion of Medicaid and why the state needs to add work requirements to the program to manage costs and help move people through the program and back into the workforce.
Health Care
September 17, 2018
Research & Commentary: Medicaid Expansion Increases Cost-Shifting Burden
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines Arizona's Medicaid expansion and a study from the Goldwater Institute that argues expansion in Arizona has increased the cost-shifting burden on consumers from the uninsured.
Health Care
August 16, 2018
Comment in Response to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Call for Comments on Re-approval for Kentucky’s Medicaid Waiver
In this comment to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Matthew Glans and Charlie Katebi write in support of re-authorizing Kentucky's Medicaid work requirement waiver.
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Entitlements
July 19, 2018
The Leaflet: Moving from Welfare to Work
This week's Leaflet examines existing welfare work requirement laws and their effects thus far.
Entitlements
May 3, 2018
The Leaflet: Farm Bill Needs a Makeover
Congress is working on a new "farm bill" that includes farm subsidies, crop insurance, and food assistance. Most of the bill's annual budget goes to the food stamp program, or SNAP. The proposed bill offers needed reforms to SNAP.
Entitlements
April 19, 2018
Research & Commentary: Pennsylvania Considers Adding Work Requirements to Medicaid and SNAP
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines two proposals in Pennsylvania that would impose work requirements on two safety-net programs: the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Medicaid.

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Entitlements
September 20, 2018
By Matthew Glans
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines Virginia's recent expansion of Medicaid and why the state needs to add work requirements to the program to manage costs and help move people through the program and back into the workforce.
September 17, 2018
By Matthew Glans
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines Arizona's Medicaid expansion and a study from the Goldwater Institute that argues expansion in Arizona has increased the cost-shifting burden on consumers from the uninsured.
August 16, 2018
By Matthew Glans, Charles Katebi
In this comment to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Matthew Glans and Charlie Katebi write in support of re-authorizing Kentucky's Medicaid work requirement waiver.
July 19, 2018
By Arianna Wilkerson
This week's Leaflet examines existing welfare work requirement laws and their effects thus far.
May 3, 2018
By Arianna Wilkerson
Congress is working on a new "farm bill" that includes farm subsidies, crop insurance, and food assistance. Most of the bill's annual budget goes to the food stamp program, or SNAP. The proposed bill offers needed reforms to SNAP.
April 19, 2018
By Matthew Glans
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines two proposals in Pennsylvania that would impose work requirements on two safety-net programs: the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Medicaid.
April 13, 2018
By Arianna Wilkerson
President Trump and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker separately launched important welfare reforms. Though separate initiatives, both are working to increase self-sufficiency among welfare recipients and restore government back to its proper role.
March 14, 2018
By Matthew Glans
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans discusses Medicaid work requirement waivers and a proposed waiver in Minnesota.
March 9, 2018
By Arianna Wilkerson
Arkansas demostration waiver to enact work requirements approved by the Trump Administration. Increased self-sufficiency, community engagement, and a stronger work ethic are on their way!
March 8, 2018
By Matthew Glans
In this Research & Commentary, Matthew Glans examines a series of welfare reform bills recently passed by Wisconsin’s state legislature that could serve as a model for other states to follow.