Most U.S. health insurers plan to continue offering free preventive health services as a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act requirement plays out in court. A federal judge in Texas last month imposed a nationwide injunction on a requirement that health insurance must cover preventive services for free.

"The overwhelming majority do not anticipate making changes to no-cost-share preventive services and do not expect disruptions in coverage of preventive care while the case proceeds through the courts," according to a letter sent to Democratic lawmakers by leading insurers and industry organizations, including America's Health Insurance Plans, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and the American Benefits Council.

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