ACA at the Supreme Court

Posted on AllSides November 12th, 2020

“After roughly two hours of oral argument in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, it appeared likely that the Affordable Care Act will survive.” In 2012, the Supreme Court upheld the law by adopting the argument that the individual mandate was a tax rather than a command (which would have been unconstitutional). However, in 2017 Congress reduced the penalty to $0; Texas and several other states sued, arguing that with no monetary penalty the mandate can no longer be considered a tax and must be struck down. They further argued that...

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