According to a story from WILX.com, 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 WILX.com