Bloomberg Law  |  November 13, 2020

Health law scholars expect Congress will continue to tweak the ACA, but they doubt any legislative change will give rise to another constitutional challenge. The case before the Supreme Court now is unique because it was sparked by a congressional change to the individual mandate, which “has these core constitutional questions associated with it,” said Katie Keith, a health law professor at Georgetown University. “If this court with a clear conservative majority says, ‘Stop bringing us these challenges,’ maybe that’s a sign that hopefully the political opponents of the ACA will heed but who knows,” she said.

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