As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in health care repeal lawsuit, Utahns share their stories, illustrate what's at stake

 For Immediate Release: November 9, 2020                                                                                        

Media Contact: Courtney Bullard | 385-499-7750 

Salt Lake City, UT –  Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting recession, the Trump Administration and 18 state attorneys general, including Utah’s Sean Reyes are asking the Supreme Court to strike down the entire ACA. As oral arguments before the Supreme Court are heard on November 10th, Utahns will share their health care stories during a virtual event.

Date: Tuesday, November 10th

Time: 10:00 AM 


Meeting ID: 939 2161 8532
Passcode: 959124
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Speakers Include: Utahns with chronic illnesses and disabilities who are protected by the ACA, and advocates who work firsthand with Utahns at risk of losing coverage

To learn more, please see this Utah-specific #ProtectOurCare resource kit with data and more information:


Note: The Marketplace is open for enrollment from November 1st through December 15th.

Despite the pending legal challenge, Utahns should seek this opportunity to get covered. A decision will not happen until late spring at the earliest, and there are congressional options to protect ACA coverage in the meantime. 

 Utahns should see if they qualify for help paying for coverage, a majority will receive subsidies and find low-cost plans. For free remote enrollment assistance in English, Spanish, or Arabic, schedule an appointment with our team here: 

Take Care Utah health access assisters are available to speak to media upon request. 


About the Utah Health Policy Project:

Utah Health Policy Project (UHPP) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization advancing sustainable health care solutions for underserved Utahns through better access, education, and public policy.

Since 2006 UHPP has worked hard to develop solutions to create a health system that provides better access to higher quality health care at a lower cost. We pride ourselves on being an open resource for the public, community leaders, the media, businesses, health care providers, and policymakers.

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