The justices will hear arguments next term in a case brought by a coalition of Democratic-led states.
By Mike Scarcella|March 02, 2020 at 09:46 AM|The original version of this story was published on The National Law Journal
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed once again to determine the fate of the embattled Affordable Care Act in the wake of arguments from the Trump administration and a group of Republican-led states that the entire law should be thrown out.
The justices will hear arguments next term in a case brought by a coalition of Democratic-led states. Those states, along with the U.S. House, defended the law’s constitutionality in the lower appellate court against the effort by the administration and the Republican states to dismantle the law, including such popular provisions as coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions.
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