Health Affairs April 7, 2021
Katie Keith

Litigation continues over the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ACA-related issues. This post, which builds on two prior posts, highlights the latest developments in pending ACA litigation. Given the transition to the Biden administration, many lawsuits have been put on hold to give federal agencies time to consult with new agency leadership on pending litigation and underlying rules. This post summarizes those lawsuits as well as health-related cases before the Supreme Court and new developments in lawsuits that are still active.

An upcoming second post will summarize recent ACA-related court decisions and oral arguments in more detail. This includes a district court decision in the “take care” lawsuit that set aside several Trump administration policy changes, a district court decision allowing a...

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