Affordable Care Act
Group health plans that are grandfathered under the Affordable Care Act will find it easier to preserve their grandfather status under a newly-released final rule.
There is little question that the Senate's 52-48 vote Monday night to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will have a big impact on employers and employees.
The Supreme Court has ruled that employers with religious or moral objections to birth control may deny contraceptive coverage to their employees without violating the Affordable Care Act.
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could make it easier for employers to deny their employees contraceptive coverage by claiming religious or moral objections. A ruling is expected by the end of June.
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide an Affordable Care Act (ACA) dispute that could limit female workers' access to free birth control.
An appropriations bill signed as 2019 closed repealed the ACA's "Cadillac tax" on certain high-cost, employer-based healthcare plans and enacted the SECURE Act, which eases compliance burdens for certain employer-sponsored retirement plans.
A pair of federal judges have blocked enforcement of the Trump administration's revised rules that would have made it easier for employers to refuse to offer birth control coverage for moral or religious reasons.
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