The Trump administration has the authority to make it easier to buy a less expensive alternative to Obamacare coverage, a federal judge ruled Friday.
Joe Biden is proposing massive new subsidies to make health coverage through Obamacare's exchanges cheaper -- as well as a new "public option" that would allow people to buy into a program his campaign says would be similar to Medicare.
Chief Justice John Roberts saved Obamacare in 2012 by calling it a tax. Now, his core argument is helping power a Republican-led legal challenge that threatens to sweep away the entire law.
The extended battle over the Affordable Care Act will push deeper into uncharted waters Tuesday, when lawyers from a coalition of Republican-controlled states and the Trump administration argue for overturning the law in a federal court.
Joe Biden says he opposes fellow Democratic presidential contenders' push for a "Medicare for All" program because such an overhaul of the nation's health system could not coexist with the Affordable Care Act.