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Gavel on flag Parents of children with disabilities argue in a brief that a Supreme Court ruling siding with CVS Pharmacy could have unintended effects on other types of discrimination claims. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Supreme Court is considering a case that could lead to major changes in how U.S. health coverage works, and that could affect how federal courts handle allegations of discrimination unrelated to health care.

The case, CVS Pharmacy v. Doe (Case Number 20-1374), involves patients who say that a health plan’s prescription benefits rules discriminate against enrollees with disabilities.

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