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The Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act Individual Mandate Decision, Explained



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Today the Supreme Court released a decision in Texas v. United States. This case revolved around an argument about whether the individual mandate, which has been zeroed out, is still a tax despite the fact that it doesn’t produce revenue. In the end, the Supreme Court dismissed the case because Texas lacked standing. Here’s exactly what happened.


The Supreme Court’s Latest Affordable Care Act Fight; Texas v. California, Explained



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Today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Texas v. United States. The debate is specifically whether the individual mandate, which has been zeroed out, is still a tax despite the fact that it doesn’t produce revenue. Furthermore, if the Individual Mandate isn’t a tax, is it severable from the rest of the Affordable Care Act. Here’s what’s happening.


Obamacare’s Individual Mandate Supreme Court Precedent, Explained



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On November 10th, the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in the case of Texas v. California that could undo the entirety of Obamacare. This case revolves around the classification of the individual mandate as a tax. Here is an analysis of case that set the stage for this fight.