The ACA is in more jeopardy than you might realize.  Here’s a blog post from last summer that explains why.

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the future of the Affordable Care Act on November 10, exactly one week after the presidential election, it announced Wednesday.  The case, formerly called Texas v. Azar is now called California v. Texas. The case was originally filed in 2018 by Arizona and 19 other states. It revolves around a provision in the ACA known as the “individual mandate,” which required people to buy health insurance or pay a financial penalty. Congress eliminated that penalty in 2017.