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Michigan legislators approved a budget Tuesday that doesn’t include $10 million intended to ease the transition of new rules that start January requiring Medicaid recipients to work or explain why they can’t.

Robert Gordon, director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, said he was “genuinely shocked” by the move by the Republican-led Legislature.

“We have been told they want to do everything they can do to make work requirements work,” he told Bridge Magazine on Tuesday after the budget cleared the Legislature.

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