Irving health insurance could undergo more changes in the very near future if the current administration has its way. According to recent reports, the administration is proposing a rule to protect those claiming gender identity discrimination in federal healthcare programs. The proposed rule should protect affected individuals from being discriminated against based on sex, including sexual orientation and gender identity, and double down on protections from discrimination for seeking reproductive healthcare services. While well-intentioned, many opposers of the new rule say that the proposal could generate wide-sweeping religious freedom disputes.
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Potential lawsuits would come from those who feel their faith-based and moral conscience freedoms would be violated if transgender services such as puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and elective double mastectomies are allowed, the Washington Examiner noted. This may include individuals with health insurance in Irving who were previously uninsured or underinsured. “If history is any indicator, I think there will be, like, hundreds of thousands of comments on this regulation, and then it will get finalized, and then it will be litigated,” Katie Keith, a Georgetown University Law School health law and policy expert, told the Examiner. “I would expect folks to be making the same types of arguments that we’ve seen in the previous round, both in comments and in court.”
Rick Thornton, an Irving health insurance agent , echoed a comment from HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra in that standing with every community in need is critical, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. This is especially true given increased attacks on women, trans youth, and healthcare providers. The rule is also consistent with orders that prevent and combat discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation, the HHS said. Time will tell how this new rule will be accepted by the majority of Americans.
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