The Supreme Court will not immediately take up the lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act. The court said there was no “emergency” that needed to be immediately addressed, but did not rule out taking up the case at a later date. The coalition of Democratic states defending the law said it created uncertainty for millions who rely on the ACA. (Politico)

Amazon has filed to trademark “Amazon Pharmacy” internationally. The company filed a trademark in Canada, Australia and the U.K., indicating its intent to sell prescription drugs outside the U.S. Amazon unveiled the Amazon Pharmacy branding at the end of last year. (CNBC)

Today is the nomination deadline for the MM&M Hall of Femme and Women to Watch 2020 classes. Get your submissions in to honor inspirational and breakthrough women in the industry. (MM&M)

The new virus from China has appeared in the U.S. The first case was reported in Washington state. The newly discovered virus has infected 300 and killed six in China and U.S. airports have stepped up screening measures. (Associated Press)

Healthcare stocks tend to underperform in election years. In past election years, both healthcare and tech stocks have slumped. The two industries tend to land in the middle of many debates during election years. (Wall Street Journal)