Doctors say new Medicaid rules 'like asking people to work with an anchor on their back'

Administration’s policy allows states to impose work requirements for people on Medicaid, meaning sick and injured Americans ‘have to go to work, no matter what’

Dr Gary Leroy’s patients are “salt of the earth”: inner-city people working in Dayton, Ohio as dishwashers, car mechanics and patient care assistants. They do their best to make ends meet, but rarely do. Although the vast majority have jobs, most qualify for Medicaid, a public health insurance program which serves 74 million poor and disabled Americans. The program is almost entirely free, and based on need.This week, the Trump administration announced a new policy that allows states to requi...