Politico  |  June 10, 2019

Transforming the entire health care sector into a single-payer system and outlawing most private health plans, as Medicare for All backers propose, could be an “uphill battle” in the courts, said Katie Keith, a law professor and researcher with Georgetown University’s Center on Health Insurance Reforms. “I can imagine a situation like the ACA with folks who are ideologically opposed suing just because they don’t want to go into this system — in addition to industry groups,” she said. “There could be a death by a thousand lawsuits approach.”

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