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July 19, 2019 | Daily News

Stakeholders plan to appeal federal DC district Judge Richard Leon’s Friday (July 19) ruling that upholds the Trump administration’s rule expanding short-term health plans.

July 18, 2019 | Daily News

Reckitt Benckiser Group, which used to own Suboxone maker Indivior, has agreed to pay $700 million to the federal government and $50 million to settle Federal Trade Commissioner charges that the company violated antitrust laws in an attempt to thwart generic competition to the opioid addiction treatment drug Suboxone.

July 17, 2019 | Daily News

The Supreme Court likely will hear arguments in December over whether the government is obligated to pay out about $12 billion owed to issuers participating in the ACA’s risk corridors program, presuming the court agrees to a recently proposed briefing schedule.

July 15, 2019 | Daily News

The Department of Justice on Friday (July 12) urged a federal appeals court to reverse a lower court’s demand that the government pay billions in cost-sharing reductions ACA issuers say they are owed for 2017 and 2018, arguing Congress never said issuers could incur damage for non-payment.

July 15, 2019 | Daily News

The Department of Justice on Monday (July 15) said it will “continue to vigorously defend religious freedom,” after a federal appeals court upheld a lower court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from implementing new rules broadening employers’ ability to sidestep the ACA’s contraceptive coverage mandate.

July 12, 2019 | Daily News

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Trump administration can proceed for now with its controversial rule preventing facilities that perform abortions or refer patients for abortions from receiving Title X funds.

July 11, 2019 | Daily News

The Democratic-led House Oversight & Government Reform Committee planned to use its first hearing on the Affordable Care Act to shine a light on the law's benefits and investigate the Trump administration's involvement in the lawsuit to overturn it, but administration officials declined to testify and Republicans jumped on the opportunity to criticize Medicare for All.

July 10, 2019 | Daily News

NEW ORLEANS--Tuesday’s oral arguments in the high-profile case over the future of the Affordable Care Act exposed a new gulf between the Trump administration and the GOP plaintiffs on the potential outcome of Texas v. Azar:

July 09, 2019 | Daily News

Democratic lawmakers and stakeholders are drawing on Republicans’ high-profile lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act as an opportunity to unify Democrats around a central health care message going into the 2020 election, even as the progressive wing of the party simultaneously pushes Medicare for All.

July 08, 2019 | Daily News

A federal court on Monday (July 8) threw out the Trump administration’s rule requiring drug makers to disclose list prices in television advertisements because the judge found regulating television ads for prescription drugs is outside CMS’ authority.

July 08, 2019 | Daily News

All parties in the high-profile case over the future of the Affordable Care Act told the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals prior to Tuesday’s oral arguments that there’s still a controversy between the GOP plaintiffs and the Trump administration, even though the Department of Justice recently sided with the plaintiffs.

July 08, 2019 | Daily News

Ahead of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals hearing in the case to overturn the Affordable Care Act, Senate Democrats are on the offense and attempting to pin any potential ruling to scrap the ACA on their Republican counterparts by arguing that GOP lawmakers have been complicit in the Trump administration’s efforts to undermine the law.

July 03, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration tells a federal appeals court that the high-profile suit over the future of the Affordable Care Act should be viewed a live case even though the Department of Justice now sides with the 18 GOP-led states and two Texas residents who sued HHS to overturn the health law.

July 03, 2019 | Daily News

The Chamber of Commerce and other business groups are urging a federal court to uphold the Trump administration’s rule expanding association health plans as Democratic-led states look to overturn the rule, arguing that the plans help small businesses and do not circumvent the Affordable Care Act.

July 02, 2019 | Daily News

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals On Tuesday (July 2) denied a request from GOP attorneys general to delay the July 9 oral arguments in Texas v. Azar due to the court’s new questions over parties’ standing in the high-profile case over the Affordable Care Act’s future, but did grant the AGs an additional two days to submit a response, which is now due July 5.

July 01, 2019 | Daily News

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday (July 1) announced the three judges who will hear oral arguments next Tuesday (July 9) in the high-profile case over the fate of the Affordable Care Act: Caroline Dineen King, appointed to the court by President Jimmy Carter, Jennifer Walker Elrod, appointed by President George W. Bush; and Kurt Englehardt, appointed by Donald Trump.

July 01, 2019 | Daily News

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday (July 1) announced the three judges who will hear oral arguments next Tuesday (July 9) in the high-profile case over the fate of the Affordable Care Act: Caroline Dineen King, appointed to the court by President Jimmy Carter, Jennifer Walker Elrod, appointed by President George W. Bush; and Kurt Englehardt, appointed by Donald Trump.

June 28, 2019 | Daily News

Dozens of provider groups, advocates and academics are urging a federal appeals court to rule against CMS’ approval of Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky.

June 28, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration urged the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals not to overturn or hear arguments in the case about its controversial rule that prevents facilities that refer patients for abortions from receiving Title X funds.

June 26, 2019 | Daily News

The White House budget office is reviewing FDA’s proposed rule that would require color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking to accompany textual warning statements on cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements.

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