The fate of the law dominated much of Justice Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing last month. Two other justices appear ready to save the ACA.
The president and other Republicans have filed a series of lawsuits in different states that several judges have already dismissed
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Since election day, Donald Trump and other Republicans have filed a smattering of lawsuits in battleground states that have provided cover for Trump and other Republicans to say that the election still remains unresolved.
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Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts indicated law could be upheld even if court deems one part of it unconstitutional
Two conservative supreme court justices have suggested the Affordable Care Act (ACA) could be upheld, as oral arguments began in a suit backed by the Trump administration which threatens the healthcare of millions amid a global pandemic.Continue reading...
Mr. Biden's remarks come after the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case brought by a group of Republican-led states who say Obamacare should fall.
The court is reviewing a decision that found part of the law, also known as Obamacare, unconstitutional. The case raises questions about the fate of health insurance for millions of Americans.
The Supreme Court is hearing another historic case aiming to overturn the Affordable Care Act, more familiarly known as Obamacare. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the court is conducting oral arguments via telephone and allowing them to be broadcast live to the public.
The suit challenging the health care law was brought in America’s largest conservative state, Texas, and is backed by Trump and top Republicans.
The president-elect spoke in Delaware on the importance of the Affordable Care Act. The president's refusal to concede has picked up support from key Republicans, despite a lack of evidence of widespread fraud.
Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh signaled they disagree with arguments that Obamacare should fall.