The 19th  |  September 21, 2020

“A lot of folks think of the ACA as a health insurance law, but I do think of this law as a civil rights law in many ways,” said Katie Keith, a Georgetown University law professor and health policy expert. “It’s been hugely revolutionary.” … Barrett also has argued in favor of the dissenting argument, in King v. Burwell, a Supreme Court case that upheld the ACA. And her writing has suggested “an openness to the idea” that NFIB v. Sebelius, the law’s first high court challenge that upheld the law, “was wrongly decided,” Keith said.

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