PBS NewsHour full episode, February 13, 2018
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Indiana is one of the states poised to enact work requirements for some citizens with Medicaid coverage -- a controversial policy and long-sought goal for Republicans. But advocates for the poor have protested loudly in recent months, saying many will lose coverage or be ensnared by bureaucratic mistakes. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports in collaboration with Kaiser Health News.
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