In the cases of California v. Texas and Texas v. California, the court will consider whether the law should be struck down if its “individual mandate” was effectively nullified by Congress in 2017.
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In June 2020, the Trump administration finalized a rule removing the expansive definition of “sex” from section 1557 and requiring that non-discrimination protections be interpreted in line with First Amendment freedoms.
Pro-life advocates have called for greater transparency in order to prevent a “hidden abortion surcharge” which many enrollees may be unaware of when choosing a plan.
The letter was signed by the heads of more than 40 pro-life organizations.
According to the sisters’ mother provincial, the court decision requires them to make an impossible choice ‘between our care for the elderly poor and our faith.’
COMMENTARY: In the 6-3 ruling on King v. Burwell, the justices blur the lines between state and federal health-care exchanges, broadening mandatory health insurance and tax credits.
The Archdiocese of Washington and Priests for Life suffered a legal setback at the D.C. Court of Appeals that puts their case on a path to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Lack of transparency and of legal fixes force millions of Americans into the morass of finding abortion-free options to fulfill the individual mandate.