MedPage Today  |  August 5, 2022

Katie Keith, JD, MPH, director of the Health Policy and the Law Initiative at the Georgetown University Law Center, said there are several possible outcomes to the case: first, that O’Connor could reject the plaintiffs’ arguments and leave everything status quo, which isn’t considered likely; second, that he could strike down the entire preventive services provision; and third, that he could strike down only some parts of the provision that pertain to certain agencies, such as, for example, invalidating only the preventive services requirements developed by HRSA.

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