Despite a lack of historical success, the idea of integrating work requirements into social support
programs—housing, nutrition and health care—continues to gain traction as a way to promote self-sufficiency. This could lead to a loss of coverage, which would have public health consequences.

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  • A Look At The Federal Register
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