According to a story from, the Michigan Senate is set to vote Thursday on a bill that would require Medicaid recipients in Michigan to work or attend school a minimum 29 hours per week for able-bodied adults.

The bill was introduced by Senator Mike Shirkey of Jackson, citing a shortage in the workforce for state businesses. His bill was already approved by a Senate committee. The full Senate is expected to vote on it Thursday.

There is some opposition from special interest groups on this bill. For full details, visit this link to