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The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade creates uncertainty for employer health plan sponsors, including potential civil and criminal legal risks over reproductive health care coverage and related programs. Business Group on Health outlines its concerns in a letter to the Departments of Treasury, Labor, as well as Health and Human Services.

“Regardless of one’s position on the merits and prudence of the decision, it will be undeniably disruptive to Americans in many facets of their lives,” says Ellen Kelsay, the organization’s president and CEO. “Further, the decision has introduced an unprecedented level of uncertainty for American companies that provide health benefits for over 170 million employees and family members.

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