A slew of states, hospitals and thousands of medical professionals sued HHS on Tuesday to challenge its controversial gender transition care rule for violating religious and states' rights.
Dignity's motion filed last month in response to the closely watched suit—one of the first of its kind in the country—says Title VII of the Civil Rights Act does not cover transgender status as a protected classification.
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts' influence on healthcare is hard to overstate, especially after this year's landmark King v. Burwell case. He placed No. 1 on Modern Healthcare's ranking of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare for 2015.
Wheaton College in suburban Chicago will stop offering health insurance plans to students beginning Friday in an effort to avoid providing birth control coverage mandated by the Affordable Care Act.
A group of Colorado nuns said Thursday they will go to the U.S. Supreme Court to appeal a ruling that allows their employees to receive birth control from a third party under the ACA, fueling a combustible argument over contraception and religion ahead of next year's presidential election.
The federal healthcare law doesn't infringe on the religious freedom of faith-based nonprofit organizations that object to covering birth control in employee health plans, a federal appeals court in Denver ruled Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday took action in a case over how religious not-for-profit employers must meet the Affordable Care Act requirement to cover birth control for employees—a move some say could be significant for those employers.
In the latest religious challenge to the federal healthcare law, faith-based organizations that object to covering birth control in their employee health plans argued in federal appeals court Monday that the government hasn't gone far enough to ensure they don't have to violate their beliefs.