Judge John Bates of the US District Court in the District of Columbia rejected a Labor Department rule that made it easier for small businesses and some self-employed folks to collaborate on their industry or to buy health insurance. The rule, finalized last June, The President of the Government of the United States of America (1965)
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"This court victory proves that just because President Trump does not approve the Affordable Care Act," he says. said Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, one of the officials who brought the suit.
"The administration will continue to fight for sole proprietors and small businesses so they can have the freedom to work together affordable, quality healthcare coverage, "a Justice Department spokesman said.
Nearly three dozen new association health plans chambers of commerce, according to a January study by AssociationHealthPlans.com, an informational website. The ruling wants harm small businesses, said Kev Coleman, the site's founder.
"They have provided a means by which broad benefits may be taken at more economical prices," Coleman said.
After Republican lawmakers failed to dismantle Obamacare in 2017, the Trump administration took matters into its own hands. It has been issuing a series of rules and guidelines that aim to undercut the landmark health reform law.
In addition to expanding association health plans, the administration also makes it easier to buy short-term plans, which therefore do not have to endorse Obamacare's rules. The Medicaid expansion commission has been issued by the Medicare Expansion Commission.