Health-Law Opponents Try to Add Plaintiffs to Lawsuit

A small-business group fighting President Barack Obama’s health-care law asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to add two plaintiffs to its lawsuit after possible problems arose with an initial plaintiff. Read More..
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AHIP AND BCBSA FILE AMICUS BRIEF IN U.S. SUPREME COURT

Industry files brief on issue of severability; Insurance market reforms and coverage requirement cannot be separated AHIP and BCBSA today filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court stating that certain insurance market reforms in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are inextricably lin
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Supreme Court to Hear Health Care Case in Late March

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it would devote three days in late March to hearing arguments in challenges to the 2010 health care overhaul law. A decision in the case is expected by the end of June. The court agreed to hear the case on Nov. 14, saying it would put aside f
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Insurers ‘terrified’ of Supreme Court ruling on healthcare reform law

The insurance industry is terrified that the Supreme Court will strike down the individual mandate to buy insurance next year while leaving the rest of the healthcare reform law intact. For insurers, the death of the mandate alone — one of many plausible outcomes in the blockbuster ca
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Tricky Issues Surround Supreme Court’s Health Law Review

Should the arguments heard by the high court regarding the health law be televised on C-SPAN? And should certain justices step away from the case? These are among the key questions that continue to buzz around the health law’s day in court. The New York Times: Supreme Court TV?
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Health-care case brings fight over which Supreme Court justices should decide it

Just a little more than an hour after some House Democrats recently demanded an inquiry into Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s ethics, Senate Republicans stepped up the pressure on Justice Elena Kagan to take herself out of the court’s decision on the health-care reform act. Rea
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Insurers ‘terrified’ of Supreme Court ruling on healthcare reform law

The insurance industry is terrified that the Supreme Court will strike down the individual mandate to buy insurance next year while leaving the rest of the healthcare reform law intact. For insurers, the death of the mandate alone — one of many plausible outcomes in the blockbuster ca
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