Judge blocks Obamacare coverage mandate for preventive care, including PrEP
U.S. judge blocks Obamacare coverage mandate for some cancer screenings, PrEP
A Texas judge blocked Obamacare's mandate that insurance plans cover preventive care, including pre-exposure prophylaxis against HIV and screenings for cancer, diabetes and depression at no cost to patients.
Federal judge strikes down preventative coverage requirements, setting up latest Obamacare battle
U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled that preventative requirements in the 2010 Obamacare law were invalid in a case almost certain to be appealed.
Federal judge says insurers no longer have to provide some preventive care services, including cancer and heart screenings, at no cost
A federal judge in Texas said Thursday that some Affordable Care Act mandates cannot be enforced nationwide, including those that require insurers to cover a wide array of preventive care services at no cost to the patient, including some cancer, heart and STD screenings, and tobacco programs.
Federal judge in Texas blocks Obamacare preventive-care mandates nationwide
A federal judge in Texas on Thursday struck down a part of Obamacare that requires insurers to cover cancer screenings and other preventive services for free.