Medicaid recipient Thomas J. Penister, of Milwaukee, responds to a question during an interview Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee. Penister does not favor a work requirement in order to receive Medicaid because of the varying circumstances of the individuals receiving the health insurance.
Medicaid recipient Thomas J. Penister, of Milwaukee, responds to a question during an interview Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee. Penister does not favor a work requirement in order to receive Medicaid because of the varying circumstances of the individuals receiving the health insurance. Gretchen Ehlke AP Photo
Medicaid recipient Thomas J. Penister, of Milwaukee, responds to a question during an interview Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Milwaukee. Penister does not favor a work requirement in order to receive Medicaid because of the varying circumstances of the individuals receiving the health insurance. Gretchen Ehlke AP Photo

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