Federal Court Vacates 4 Trump-ERA ACA Policies

By Amy Lotven / March 5, 2021 at 6:53 PM
A federal court in Maryland on Thursday (March 4) agreed with several cities that a number of policies finalized in the Trump administration’s 2019 exchange rule violate federal law, and vacated provisions related to network adequacy, standardized options, income verification and medical loss ratio. Chicago, Baltimore, Columbus, Cincinnati and Philadelphia filed suit over the provision in August 2018, and received backing from House Democrats, 20 states and ACA other advocates who filed amici briefs in the case. John Lewis, senior...

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