The Biden Administration Acts Quickly To Strike Down The Texas Federal Judge’s Ruling On Preventive Services

With the ruling coming in on Thursday, March 30th from U.S. Judge Reed O’Connor,  of the U.S. Northern District Court of Texas, apparently striking down mandated $0 cost coverage under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) the Biden Administration reacted quickly filing an appeal against that decision.

“Preventive care is an essential part of healthcare: it saves lives, saves families, money, and improves our nation’s health.” Said Kamara Jones, a Health and Human Services Spokesperson on Thursday evening. She  also stated that “Actions that strip away this decade old protection are backwards and wrong.”

I am sure there will be more that we will hear regarding this and other changes to the Affrodable Care Act.  We will keep you updated.

Pandemic Emergency Coverage for Medicaid is ending

The PA Department of Human Services says the following:

Starting April 1, 2023, if you get your health insurance from the state, you will need to complete your renewal every year when it is due to make sure you are still eligible to receive Medicaid or CHIP.

You will not automatically [or immediately] lose health coverage.

No one will lose their health coverage without having a chance to complete a renewal or update their information. But, if you do not return your renewal when it is due, you may risk losing your coverage.

To check  your renewal date or submit your renewal online, here's the link they offer: