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March 29, 2021 | Daily News

A District Judge Friday (March 26) granted Georgia permission to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the Trump HHS approval of the state’s 1332 waiver that lets the state exit healthcare.gov and instead rely on agents and brokers to enroll consumers starting in 2022.

March 24, 2021 | Daily News

The Biden administration has until April 26 to weigh in on whether it thinks the Supreme Court should take up insurers’ suit challenging the Trump-era decision not to pay the full amount of cost-sharing reduction payments owed insurers since 2017, despite the “silver loading” workaround.

March 18, 2021 | Daily News

The preliminary injunction in favor of Eli Lilly’s lawsuit against a 340B rule could help pharmaceutical benefit managers in a separate legal challenge to HHS’ Medicare Part D rebate-ban rule.

March 15, 2021 | Daily News

The American Medical Association, Planned Parenthood and other parties suing over the Trump HHS’ so-called “gag” rule, joined by the Biden administration, are asking the Supreme Court to dismiss the case because Biden’s HHS is taking steps to revoke the rule.

March 12, 2021 | Daily News

The Supreme Court canceled oral arguments in the Medicaid work requirements lawsuit on Thursday (March 11) but briefs in the case are still due later this month, according to those following the issue, so the court has not stepped away from the case.

March 11, 2021 | Daily News

The Department of Homeland Security has formally removed the Trump-era public charge policy through a new rule filed in the Federal Register Thursday (March 11) and set to be published Monday (March 15).

March 09, 2021 | Daily News

A coalition of health and consumer advocacy organizations on Tuesday (March 9) filed suit against HHS over a Trump-era rule that requires health agency regulations be assessed every 10 years or be automatically scrapped.

March 09, 2021 | Daily News

The Supreme Court dismissed three cases challenging the Trump-era public charge rule Tuesday (March 9), after the Department of Justice and lawyers for immigration advocacy groups and states filed joint stipulations calling for the cases to be dismissed because the Biden administration is not defending the controversial rule.

March 05, 2021 | Daily News

A federal court in Maryland on Thursday (March 4) agreed with several cities that a number of policies finalized in the Trump administration’s 2019 exchange rule violate federal law, and vacated provisions related to network adequacy, standardized options, income verification and medical loss ratio.

February 26, 2021 | Daily News

Beneficiary advocates Nebraska Appleseed and the National Health Law Program sued Nebraska over its version of Medicaid work requirements in district court after the state urged the Supreme Court to allow its 1115 demonstration to continue even if the court were to strike down work requirement programs in New Hampshire and Arkansas.

February 24, 2021 | Daily News

President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice told the Supreme Court that Arkansas has no leg to stand on in asking the court to continue reviewing the Medicaid work requirements lawsuit, as the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape from when the 1115 demonstrations were initially granted, the state’s work requirements likely won’t go into effect before the demonstration expires at the end of 2021 and the state is basing some of its arguments on lawsuits that don’t exist.

February 23, 2021 | Daily News

President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court to cancel arguments in the lawsuit over Medicaid work requirements and let HHS go through its process to revoke the 1115 demonstrations instead – but Arkansas says HHS’ revocation efforts could also end up in court so the case should proceed.

February 22, 2021 | Daily News

The Supreme Court agreed Monday (Feb. 22) to hear oral arguments in a case challenging the Trump-era public charge rule, but stakeholders say it’s likely the Biden administration will rescind the Trump administration policy before arguments are heard.

February 18, 2021 | Daily News

A Maryland immigrant rights group suing over the Trump administration’s public charge rule on Wednesday (Feb. 17) asked a federal appeals court to proceed with the case, rejecting the Biden administration’s efforts to put the case on hold while federal agencies revisit the rule.

February 17, 2021 | Daily News

More than 150 Democratic members of Congress and 23 attorneys general are backing plaintiffs in an appeals case that seeks to prevent FDA from enforcing in-person prescribing restrictions for the abortion medication mifepristone.

February 17, 2021 | Daily News

A federal appeals court on Tuesday (Feb. 16) upheld a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit by cancer doctors against sequestration cuts to Medicare Part B drug reimbursement rates.

February 12, 2021 | Daily News

HHS filed a motion Wednesday (Feb. 10) to stay the proceedings in a lawsuit filed this summer by several Democratic state attorneys general challenging a Trump administration rule that rolled back nondiscrimination protections for transgender individuals under the Affordable Care Act’s Section 1557 nondiscrimination protections.

February 10, 2021 | Daily News

The Biden Department of Justice Wednesday (Feb. 10) took a highly anticipated step to switch the government’s position in the high-profile Supreme Court case over the future of the Affordable Care Act, telling the court it now sides with House Democrats and the 20 Democratic attorneys general that defend the law -- leaving a group of GOP AGs, and two Texans, alone in calling for the law to be overturned.

February 10, 2021 | Daily News

A federal court Monday agreed to the Department of Justice’s unopposed request to delay proceedings on a lawsuit over the Trump administration’s rule expanding Association Health Plans (AHPs) in order to give the new administration a chance to review the case.

February 05, 2021 | Daily News

The health insurance lobby leading the lawsuit over the Trump administration’s rule that expands the duration of short-term health plans is deliberating its next steps now that a federal appeals court has declined to rehear their case en banc and that the Biden administration is expected to reverse the rule as part of its regulatory review.

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