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The Courts

June 14, 2012 | Daily News

Several Democratic health care consultants downplay the notion that this week's pledge by a handful of insurers to implement some of the health law's insurance market reforms regardless of how the Supreme Court rules offers a reprieve to Republicans who are having a hard time coalescing around a health reform replacement plan.

June 13, 2012 | Daily News

The insurance industry lobby on Tuesday issued a statement assuring consumers that their current coverage benefits will be retained at least until the end of the year should the Supreme Court throw out the health care law, a move that comes only a day after several insurers announced that they would retain certain popular market reforms regardless of the high court's decision.

June 11, 2012 | Daily News

United Healthcare's announcement that it would keep certain popular health reform provisions regardless of the Supreme Court's decision on the law's constitutionality quickly opened the floodgates for other large insurance companies to take action, with Humana and Aetna making similar announcements Monday (June 11), something that could partially ease Republicans' efforts to come up with an ACA replacement plan.

June 11, 2012 | Daily News

UnitedHealthcare will voluntarily maintain certain popular health reform provisions -- such as covering young adults up to age 26 on their parents' policies, offering preventive health care services without cost-sharing, eliminating lifetime limits and not pursuing coverage rescissions except for in cases of fraud -- regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on the law's constitutionality, the company announced Monday (June 11).

June 02, 2012 | Daily News

Families USA Executive Director Ron Pollack on Friday (June 1) pointed to Medicare Part D as a “prominent example” of how large numbers of individuals can be encouraged to purchase health coverage without having an individual mandate, should the Supreme Court only strike down that piece of the law in a decision that is expected by the end of the month.

May 30, 2012 | Daily News

The director of CMS' Medicare and Medicaid Coordination Office affirmed that the agency intends to continue implementing the duals demonstration program regardless of the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, which the administration is still confident will be upheld.