The Trump Administration recently said it will allow states to compel people to work or prepare for jobs as a requirement to get Medicaid, allowing states to cut off people unless they prove they have a job, are students, caregivers, volunteers, or participate in another approved form of “community engagement”, or are severely disabled. Host Dan Loney talks with MaryBeth Musumeci, Associate Director of the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured at the Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation, and David Super, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, to discuss what this means for those who currently depend on this program on Knowledge at Wharton.