Vox  |  February 28, 2018

”The lawsuit points back at Congress, saying, ‘Congress would have never crafted a law without the mandate in the first place,’” says Katie Keith, a Georgetown professor who wrote an extensive analysis of the Texas case for Health Affairs. “It completely ignores the fact that Congress just did exactly that. Ruling in favor of this suit would be thwarting the will of Congress, which said they’re okay losing the mandate penalty.”

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