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Court order that could end US health law’s preventative care mandate put on hold

  • The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary administrative stay on a federal judge's ruling that struck down the requirement for most insurers to cover preventative care, including vaccines and screenings for cancer, HIV, and diabetes.
  • The Biden administration had requested the stay as it appeals the decision, which would impact preventive care for 150 million individuals.
  • The ruling was a win for plaintiffs who include a conservative activist and a Christian dentist who opposed mandatory coverage for contraception and HIV treatment on religious grounds.
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