Politico  |  September 19, 2020

Such a ruling would allow the conservative justices to assert they’re not tossing the law, just removing its problematic parts. But it would throw the insurance marketplaces into chaos and force Congress or whoever’s president to consider emergency measures. “I think those provisions – the protections for people with pre-existing conditions – are most at risk in this scenario,” said Katie Keith, a health law professor at Georgetown University who focuses on ACA litigation. “That’ll be the issue to watch for during oral argument.”

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