In the United States Supreme Court, Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins today argued that Obamacare unconstitutionally exceeds Congress’s enumerated powers and should be declared invalid.
Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief with the United States Supreme Court today, arguing that the Fifth Circuit’s decision to declare Obamacare’s individual mandate unconstitutional and remand the case to the district court does not require review by the Supreme Court at this time.
Fifth Circuit Declares Obamacare Mandate Unconstitutional; Remands to District Court to Determine If Any Portions of the Law Can Remain
The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday declared Obamacare’s individual mandate is unconstitutional and remanded the case back to the district court to determine whether any part of Obamacare can remain in light of the mandate’s unconstitutionality.
AG Paxton Applauds Court Decision Upholding Flexibility and Affordability in Health Insurance Coverage
A district court in Washington, D.C. on Friday delivered the Trump Administration a major victory in its attempt to allow consumers to improve access to affordable healthcare coverage through short-term plans.
AG Paxton Tells Fifth Circuit Obamacare is (Still) Unconstitutional; Encourages Real Reform and Experimentation to Address Health Care Access
Today, on behalf of Attorney General Ken Paxton and a coalition of 18 states, Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins argued at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, urging that court to uphold a U.S. district court’s ruling declaring Obamacare unconstitutional in its entirety.
AG Paxton: HHS Proposes Rule that Would Protect Healthcare Conscience Rights, and Undo Unlawful Obamacare Rule that Texas Successfully Challenged
The Trump administration opened the public comment period on its potential repeal of an unlawful Obama-era health care regulation that redefined sex discrimination to include gender identity and abortion.