Under US law, employers are obligated to include some preventative treatments and prescriptions in their insurance plans.
However, in 2020, a group of Texas Christians sued over coverage of the HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, medicine.
Adults who are at high risk of developing HIV should use PrEP.
Plaintiffs in Texas claimed that the federal government's mechanism for determining which preventative care must be covered by employer insurance plans is unconstitutional.
Dr. Steven Hotze, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, said that covering PrEP medications for his staff would be counter to his "sincere religious views."
Medical experts have already condemned the case as a danger to the entire architecture of preventative care coverage.