In Wyoming, legislation has just passed out of committee that would create new barriers to accessing coverage for individuals and families on Medicaid. The bill, SF 144, would require individuals between the ages of 19 and 64 to either demonstrate that they work at least 20 hours per week or meet exemptions. Failing to navigate these burdensome administrative requirements could have serious consequences for people with serious, acute and chronic diseases, like epilepsy. The bill is making its way to the floor soon. Tell your legislators to oppose SF 144 and protect access to care for individuals living with disabilities and chronic conditions!