Kansas SB501

Requiring able-bodied adults without dependents to complete an employment and training program in order to receive food assistance, requiring state agencies to conduct cross-checks to verify public assistance recipient eligibility and to receive public assistance, requiring the department for health and environment seek approval to eliminate mandatory hospital presumptive eligibility, requiring hospitals to follow standards established for presumptive eligibility determinations and requiring state agencies to make data from fraud investigations into food assistance and medical assistance publicly available on such agencies' websites.