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The Future of the ACA & The 5th Circuit

Posted by Andrew Clark

Apr 11, 2019 4:11:09 PM

The next chapter of the ACA is being written, with American’s possibly impacted eagerly standing by. In a filing yesterday with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Department of Justice requested that the case be scheduled for oral argument the week of July 8th – but what does that mean for our current healthcare system? For those not following along, this appeal is the result of a recent ruling by Judge Reed O’Connor (out of Texas) that found the ACA unconstitutional (for more information see this recent blog posting from GDP Advisors regarding the original ruling).  

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Topics: ACA, Obamacare, healthcare, SCOTUS, Trump, 5th Circuit, doj

Déjà Vu All Over Again: The Recent Ruling On the Constitutionality of the ACA & What Comes Next

Posted by Seth Denson

Dec 18, 2018 1:20:13 PM

The past Friday, on the eve of the last day of the 2019 Open Enrollment season for the ACA’s Federal Marketplace, Americans have found themselves, yet again, at another legal crossroads concerning health care in the United States. According to a ruling issued by U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, due to the elimination of the penalty surrounding the Individual Mandate as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. While the fall out of this decision has yet to be determined and for the time being, both Health and Human Services along with the White House have stated no immediate changes will occur as a result of this ruling, appeals have already begun and as such, the ACA will once again end up in the Supreme Court.

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Topics: ACA, Obamacare, SCOTUS, Supreme Court

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