Seating Of Barrett On Supreme Court Could Be Death Knell For ACA’s Chronic Illness Coverage
During her confirmation hearings, Judge Amy Coney Barrett denied it’s her goal to end all Affordable Care Act coverage, but some senators and legal experts disagree. And if the ACA is struck down, coverage for chronic disease treated with medical devices – including cancer, heart disease and diabetes – could fall by the wayside.
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