Aug 07, 2015

Court denies latest Obamacare challenge | Washington Examiner

A federal court has dealt another blow to legal efforts to cripple Obamacare. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied a request for a rehearing on a lawsuit challenging the Senate violated the Constitution when it passed funding for the law. The decision comes more than a month after the Supreme Court rejected a different challenge to the law's subsidies. The current case focused on whether the...

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