After failing to repeal and replace Obamacare
and suffering embarrassing losses in the 2018 midterms, Donald Trump and his Republican allies are once again moving to strip away health coverage and protections for people with preexisting conditions trying to achieve in the courts what they could not do in Congress.
Whether you're for or against, Obamacare
seemed almost certain to be a big part of the buildup to the 2020 election.
At the US Supreme Court, five justices in the nine-judge court who voted to uphold Obamacare
in a separate case in 2012 are still on the bench.
In July, the Senate had voted to repeal the Obamacare
medical device tax.
The Texas court ruling came a day before the deadline for Obamacare
enrolment for the coming year.
The Obama administration prohibited HRAs from being used to pay for employee premiums in large and midsize companies, and the IRS previously said HRAs did not comply with Obamacare
The poll found that several subsets of voters largely support ObamaCare
. The majority of suburban white women and adults ages 18-34 both indicated they want to see ObamaCare
remain in place, the poll found.
Chris Smith (R-NJ) and strongly supported by National Right to Life, asks the administration to enforce the Obamacare
requirement that insurers offering plans in the state marketplaces must collect a separate payment (or "abortion surcharge") if the plan covers elective abortion.
"(We) finally did away with the individual mandate tax that was established under that wonderful bill called Obamacare
," Hatch said.
About 20 states in the US have sued the federal government seeking an end to Obamacare
"Texans have known all along that Obamacare
is unlawful, and a divided Supreme Court's approval rested solely on the flimsy support of Congress' authority to tax.
Trump's order was his most concrete step to undo Obamacare
since he took office in January after promising voters he would dismantle the 2010 law.