Supreme Court Rejects GOP-Led State Effort to Overturn ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate

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justices voted 7-2 to reject the challenge from a coalition of 18 states

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(FOX NEWS) – Texas and other Republican-led states ripped the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act, arguing Thursday’s ruling ignored the core issue of whether “ObamaCare” was constitutional.

The justices voted 7-2 to reject the challenge from a coalition of 18 states and two individuals, marking the third time a GOP-led effort to overturn ObamaCare failed in the Supreme Court.

In their decision, the justices determined that states lacked the standing to bring their case to federal court.

The states’ case hinged on ObamaCare’s individual mandate, which required most Americans to have health insurance or face penalties. Republicans argued that the mandate became unconstitutional when Congress eliminated the penalty in 2017, asserting the rest of the law should be struck down as a result.

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