Many of us thought that after the last challenge to the Affordable Care Act was defeated, it would finally just be accepted as the law of the land. President Trump said as much after his republican cohorts in congress failed to repeal it and failed to construct a suitable template for a replacement. But that should have been one of all of our strongest indicators that it was not going to be allowed to exist and that they would not simply seek to plug the holes and build on it, Donald Trump’s words usually only carry the impact of a future assurance that the opposite will eventually happen. Therefore, when he announced that the ACA was the law of the land, we should have been expecting it to be challenged more severely. Well, that challenge is here, and it looks to be the most significant challenge to date with a very high chance of having the entire law thrown out for being unconstitutional. In the episode of Lessons from the Screen, we will be looking at the current challenge to the Affordable Care Act.
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