Red States’ Case Against ACA Hinges on Whether They Were Actually Harmed by the Law
Red States’ Case Against ACA Hinges on Whether They Were Actually Harmed by the Law

Use Our Content It can be republished for free.Attorneys for GOP-controlled states seeking to kill the Affordable Care Act told the Supreme Court last week that at least some of the 12 million people who newly enrolled in Medicaid signed up only because of the law’s requirement that people have insurance coverage — although a tax penalty no longer exists.The statement drew a rebuke from Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who said it belies reason. Several health experts also questioned the argument that poor people apply for Medicaid not because they need help getting health care but to meet the ACA’s i…

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