Megan Miller presented her paper “Labor supply responses to in-kind transfers: The case of Medicaid” at the 111th Annual National Tax Association Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Research presented at the conference covered topics including tax and expenditure policies, public finance, and government budgeting. Hilary Hoynes and Michael Devereux were the keynote speakers at the conference. Megan presented her work during the “Social Safety Net Programs and Labor Markets” session. Her work studies the extent to which people reduce their earnings to qualify for Medicaid coverage, and she then uses that information to estimate the cash-equivalent value of Medicaid to beneficiaries.