Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Judge rescinds Obamacare coverage to prevent HIV and cancer in the United States

A Texas federal judge on Thursday struck down a key provision of the Prejudice Act, known as the . Obamacareand put it like this the risk of corporal punishment, including cancer and mental health shelters. Judge Reed O’Connor, who has already issued several rulings against Barack Obama’s 2010 health care law, supported the claim of a conservative Texas business group, which contends that those provisions are unconstitutional.

Dominant vows to terminate the Preventive Services Task Force, whose task it is to determine which preventive treatments are covered by law under insurance at no cost to the patient. O’Connor ruled that such a team is indissoluble because its members, who are 16 volunteer scientists and medical professionals, are not appointed by the president or confirmed by the Senate, but their recommendations are binding.

He also found it unfair to require insurance companies and employers to offer health care plans HIV prevention measures cover at no cost to the user. The judge’s ruling on the obligation to cover the prophylactic drug PREP. It violates the religious rights of employers and therefore it does not belong to them.

The decision can be called and the US Department of Justice has the option to request that O’Connor’s ruling be suspended while the appeal proceeds. Speaking at the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre indicated that the Departments of Justice and Health are already reviewing the ruling court to decide what the next steps are and jump into it, asserting. “Attack” the right of Americans to decide about their health.

O’Connor’s reign was immediately threatened access to treatment for some 100 million people who use preventive services in the United States each year. In addition, the policy leaves the door open for insurers to impose deductibles and co-pays additional payments to obtain proof and proof that he can save souls.

In January, Joe Biden’s administration announced that about 15.9 million people signed up last year for various plans covered by the law. Republicans in Congress, who opposed the administration, repeatedly moved to rein it in and failed. Now through his 2016 campaign; Donald Trump promised that he would be irritated and when the better succeeded, there was not enough support, and the law still stands.

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