Third Circuit Blocks Trump Administration’s Birth Control Exemptions

Rebuking an initiative from President Donald Trump and his administration, the Third Circuit on Friday blocked 2017 rules that allow more entities to deny insurance coverage for contraception due to religious or moral objections.

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Congress Hears Stories of Life Without Obamacare

By the time Paul Gibbs was 5 years old, he had already gone through nine surgeries for a condition he was born with that damages his kidneys through an inability to expel waste. His kidneys reached the end stage of failure by 2008 and Gibbs was forced to seek help for his $79,000 transplant surgery, asking members of his church and family friends for donations.

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Judge Looks Unlikely to Nix Rule for Short-Term Health Plans

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., appeared skeptical Tuesday of arguments from a collection of advocacy groups and health insurance providers trying to strike down a Trump administration rule easing restrictions on short-term insurance plans that do not need to meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.

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