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August 21, 2019 | Daily News

HHS will appeal a court decision that struck down a Trump administration rule requiring drug makers to disclose list prices in television advertisements, the department said in a court filing on Wednesday (Aug. 21).

August 20, 2019 | Daily News

Two new lawsuits, including one brought by health care providers, are seeking to block the Trump administration’s so-called public charge rule, which aims to make it harder for legal immigrants to become permanent U.S. residents if they use Medicaid or other forms of public assistance.

August 20, 2019 | Daily News

Opioid maker Endo International’s subsidiaries, including Endo Pharmaceuticals and Par Pharmaceutical, have settled for $10 million with the plaintiffs in the ongoing multidistrict opioid litigation, the company announced Tuesday (Aug. 20).

August 16, 2019 | Daily News

Seventeen states and the District of Columbia are involved in lawsuits challenging the controversial so-called public charge rule finalized Monday, arguing that the rule undermines the role of public programs such as Medicaid and does not improve self-sufficiency for immigrants.

August 16, 2019 | Daily News

The Vapor Technology Association and Vapor Stockroom are asking a Kentucky district court to make FDA hold off on enforcing the deadline by which all electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) makers must submit premarket tobacco applications (PMTAs) until the agency issues rules on how to submit such applications.

August 15, 2019 | Daily News

FDA on Thursday (Aug. 15) published a proposed rule that will require color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking be added to cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements.

August 15, 2019 | Daily News

Nevada’s attorney general is still considering whether to appeal U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor’s refusal to let the state intervene in an under-the-radar class action case, DeOtte, et al v. Azar, that bars HHS from enforcing the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate on any members of two broadly drawn classes, a spokesperson for Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford tells Inside Health Policy.

August 14, 2019 | Daily News

A group of 22 Democratic attorneys general warned the Trump administration that it will land in court if it finalizes a proposal to revise the Affordable Care Act’s non-discrimination provision by rolling back protections for transgender individuals, eliminating language requirements for people with limited English proficiency (LEP) and reducing the number of entities that must comply.

August 12, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration on Monday (Aug. 12) finalized a controversial rule that will make it more difficult for legal immigrants who receive Medicaid to become permanent U.S. residents, drawing outcry from stakeholders across the health care industry who say the policy will drive up the number of uninsured patients and increase the costs of uncompensated care.

August 09, 2019 | Daily News

The White House budget office has wrapped up its review of FDA’s proposed rule to require color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking be added to cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements.

August 02, 2019 | Daily News

An industry lawyer expects FDA will exclude several more substances from its 503B bulks list now that a federal court has sided with the agency in a lawsuit challenging its process for evaluating which substances can compounded by outsourcers.

July 31, 2019 | Daily News

A federal appeals court has scheduled an oral argument for Oct. 11 on the legality of Medicaid work requirements.

July 30, 2019 | Daily News

Texas District Judge Reed O’Connor on Tuesday (July 30) rejected Nevada’s motion to intervene is a class action case over the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive mandate and entered a final judgment blocking enforcement of the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that plans cover all FDA-approved birth control methods without cost-sharing for any individual or employer that objects to the mandate due to religious reasons.

July 30, 2019 | Daily News

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Tuesday (July 30) told a lower court to take another look at the American Clinical Laboratory Association’s lawsuit over lab reporting policies the group says have driven down CMS’ pay for clinical lab services.

July 29, 2019 | Daily News

A federal judge on Monday (July 29) again ruled against Medicaid work requirements -- this time by striking down New Hampshire’s plan to adopt the controversial policy.

July 29, 2019 | Daily News

A coalition of seven stakeholders appealed a federal district court’s decision to uphold the Trump administration’s rule expanding the scope of short-term health plans, arguing that the plans undermine consumer protections for people with preexisting conditions and can discriminate based on age, gender or health status.

July 23, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration on Tuesday (July 23) asked a federal judge to delay ruling on the legality of CMS’ approval of Medicaid work requirements in New Hampshire, but advocates for beneficiaries and a lawyer for New Hampshire urged the judge to rule quickly.

July 23, 2019 | Daily News

HHS Secretary Alex Azar is attempting to deflect attention away from the Affordable Care Act to the administration’s other health care priorities as a lawsuit, now backed by the administration, to unravel the health law moves through the courts.

July 19, 2019 | Daily News

The Trump administration told a federal appeals court Thursday (July 18) that states should be able to continue testing Medicaid work requirements even as the administration acknowledged problems in how Arkansas initially implemented its first-in-the-nation work requirement program.

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.

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