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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs


@9BV6ZSQ  from Washington agreed…4wks

it can be incredibly hard to find work when injured or sick, and that would have a great impact on whether or not the can get treatment for their injury or illness. 

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Yes, research shows people who are employed are healthier than those who are unemployed

@8D7X8VBNew Liberty from Pennsylvania answered…3yrs

No, abolish Medicaid in favor of Universal Income and allow folks to spend money where they need it.

@94J3V83 from Ohio answered…9mos

I Believe that able bodied individuals should work to be eligible for programs like medicad, but if they cannot work because they are to sick, the state or federal government should step in and give them some breathing space economically so that they can get the care they need. once you are at retirement age you should be able to get most of your health care cost reduced.

@8X49RHZ from New Jersey answered…2yrs

@98LBV38 from Kentucky answered…5mos

@9CB3BLK from Texas answered…19hrs

Only if they are capable of working (not disabled or the elderly.)

@9C9ZF6M from Georgia answered…21hrs

@9C9Z778 from Missouri answered…22hrs

@9C9P6L5 from New Hampshire answered…2 days

@9C9N7SC from Montana answered…2 days

I think if it is possible for them too they should but some circumstances don't make that possible.

@9C9LSCK from Connecticut answered…2 days

@9C9FJYH from New Jersey answered…3 days

If they are mentally and physically able to work, they should be required to.

@9C9BY64Socialist from Illinois answered…3 days

Yes, if they are physically able to. If they are hindered by a disability then it shouldn’t be a requirement. Everyone deserves the best quality of life possible.

@9C9BNZQ from Colorado answered…3 days

Yes, but people should be given up to 1 year from their eligibility date to obtain employment.

@9C95FR4 from Georgia answered…4 days

No, but only if they have a documented disability or are in a caregiving role

@9C8YBSRLibertarian from Colorado answered…5 days

@9C8Q272 from Idaho answered…5 days

@9C8JB2G from North Carolina answered…6 days

Yes, but only if the persons are physically able to work in some way shape of form.

@9C7SNMKIndependent from Florida answered…1wk

If the individual is able bodied and their medical condition doesn’t conflict with their work schedule and their ability to work, they should be required to work to receive Medicare for themselves. Their dependents should receive it automatically.

@9C7VXK8 from Virginia answered…1wk

Yes, however rather than a means tested approach, gradually reduce medcaid benefits as the person makes more money to incentive economic mobility.

@9C7VWCZRepublican from Texas answered…1wk

@9C7L9ZS from Iowa answered…1wk

@7YNGP9TIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

Yes, with no dependents and/or it is proven by a licensed physician that you are too disabled to work.

@9C7GRY5 from Connecticut answered…1wk

Yes if they are able to work they should contribute to society in some way if they are receiving government benefits


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