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President-elect Joe Biden will hold in Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday afternoon Challenge Obamacare in the Supreme Court.
Biden made Expansion of the Affordable Care Act a key principle in his successful presidential campaign, while President Donald Trump spent much of his tenure repealing the law.
The country’s Supreme Court heard arguments about the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act Tuesday. President Barack Obama signed the landmark Health Bill in 2010.
It was Obamacare’s third Supreme Court test, but now it’s facing the most conservative bank in decades. Judicial affirmation Amy Coney Barrett gave the court a 6-3 majority of Republican-appointed judges.
During Tuesday’s clashes, two Court Conservatives – Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh – voiced their reluctance to crush the landmark laws. Barrett’s questioning did not provide much insight into her thinking about the legal issues.
The case was filed by a consortium of Republican states led by Texas and is supported by the Trump Department of Justice. California and other democratic states defend the law.
When the court knocks down the law More than 20 million Americans could lose health insurance they received according to its provisions. The coronavirus pandemic increases the stakes of the case, like Covid-19 outbreaks are increasing across the country.
A decision is expected by the end of June.