The U.S. Supreme Court Friday agreed to hear oral arguments in cases challenging the Department of Health and Human Services for authorizing Arkansas and New Hampshire to condition Medicaid coverage on work requirements and other restrictions.

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals previously affirmed district court decisions finding that the Department of Health and Human Services’ approval of these projects was arbitrary and capricious and violated the Administrative Procedure Act.

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