Kavanaugh Hearings: Dems Tell Judge Abortion Rights, Preexisting Conditions Top Their Concerns
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee told Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on the first day of confirmation hearings Tuesday they will question his rulings on abortion and women’s reproductive rights, and on retaining federal insurance coverage for people with preexisting conditions under Obamacare. As the potential conservative swing vote on the high court, Kavanaugh’s decisions can impact sales of contraceptive devices and medtech to treat heart disease, cancer, diabetes and an array of other preexisting conditions.
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The third of a multi-part Medtech Insight feature series on what a more conservative Supreme Court could mean for future court decisions that impact the medical device industry.
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The second of a multi-part Medtech Insight feature series on what a more conservative Supreme Court could mean for future court decisions that impact the medical device industry.
Sales of contraceptive intrauterine devices rose in the 4th quarter of 2016 at some companies. The increase in interest in IUDs coincides with efforts to repeal Obamacare and eliminate contraceptive coverage guarantees, according to Planned Parenthood and AthenaHealth.