What’s Next After Judge Strikes Down Preventive Care Mandate?
Federal judge rules parts of Affordable Care Act unenforceable, raising costs of cancer and heart screenings
Certain mandates in the Affordable Care Act were ruled unenforceable by a Texas federal judge on Thursday, which will increase costs for patients seeking certain services.
Federal judge rules against key preventative care requirements of Affordable Care Act
A federal judge in Texas ruled that employers can not be required to cover key preventative health care benefits under the Affordable Care Act. It jeopardizes free coverage of a wide range of preventative services for some 160 million Americans. The Biden administration is expected to request a stay on the ruling. Amna Nawaz discussed the case with Larry Levitt of the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Texas judge rules against free preventive care under Affordable Care Act
An endoscopy room at the Intermountain Spanish Fork Hospital in Spanish Fork on Friday March 12, 2021. A Texas judge has ruled that preventive services under the Affordable Care Act should not be free to the patient.Annie Barker, Deseret News U.S. Federal Judge Reed O’Connor issued a ruling Thursday to stop the Biden administration from enforcing some Affordable Care Act mandates nationwide.CNN reported those include offering some preventive ca…
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