OCRA’s Statement on SCOTUS and the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

The Supreme Court is poised to consider California v. Texas, which will decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — their decision could threaten health coverage for millions of people with pre-existing conditions, including ovarian cancer. 

OCRA is vigilantly monitoring this upcoming decision, and preparing strategies for addressing any outcomes that may threaten these protections or that may impact the health coverage for our community.

OCRA Statement on SCOTUS and ACA

As this landmark case inches its way to our nation’s highest court, we reaffirm our commitment to continuously support and advocate for access to the best quality care for everyone touched by ovarian cancer. And we are diligently working to expand access to state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatment for those in communities that have traditionally faced barriers to this high level of care.

Oral arguments about the fate of the Affordable Care Act begin November 10th. Want to stay updated on this developing issue, and others like it?

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation, Explaining California v. Texas: A Guide to the Case Challenging the ACA

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