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Law’s Jonathan Adler discussed federal court decision to strike down required HIV insurance coverage

Court ruling on HIV meds could have sweeping implications for preventive care

Professor Jonathan Adler

Axios: Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, offered his thoughts on a federal court ruling that struck down required coverage of HIV prevention medication, noting that the case may have sweeping implications for whether insurers will have to continue offering a range of no-cost preventive health services. “Self-insuring employers could pick and choose what they want to cover based on religious objections to certain types of coverage,” he said.