Federal agencies can no longer enforce a critical provision in the Affordable Care Act that requires insurance plans to fully pay for preventive services that receive an “A” or “B” grade from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force—including many new and updated recommendations on screening for cancer and other diseases.
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In an era of judicial conservatism, a recent ruling that invalidates the Affordable Care Act’s preventive services mandate is likely to be upheld by higher courts, including the Supreme Court, legal experts say.
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