Jason Stein

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Gov. Scott Walker pared back his overhaul of state health programs Wednesday but stuck to his main goal: making Wisconsin the first state in the nation to require needy but able-bodied adults to work and submit to drug tests to get coverage.

Walker officially asked President Donald Trump’s administration Wednesday to sign off on the governor’s proposals to move more single adults off state BadgerCare Medicaid coverage and into the workforce. The centerpiece of those measures is the governor’s plan to screen childless, able-bodied BadgerCare recipients for drugs.

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