Update 1/12/2018: The Trump Administration announces guidance to state Medicaid directors allowing states to tie Medicaid eligibility to work status using 1115 waivers.
Visit our Work Requirements Resource Page to see which states have work requirements and why we oppose this punitive policy.
1115 Waivers allow states to make sometimes sweeping Medicaid changes—changes that can be good or bad for consumers.
This Resource Center focuses on 1115 waivers that make particularly concerning changes to state Medicaid coverage programs, especially changes that could be adopted by other states.
It includes information to help advocates and others stay up to date on state 1115 coverage waivers, as well as tools to advocate against program changes that could hurt consumers and for alternative approaches.
This map tracks waiver proposals once they are posted for public comment either with the state or with the federal government. Please contact us with information about proposals moving forward in other states.