11 Attorneys General Challenge Legality of PPACA Policy Change
Attorneys general from 11 states have questioned the legality of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act policy changes enacted by the Obama administration.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey authored the letter, which was co-signed by the attorneys general of Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia. The letter opposes President Barack Obama's decision to use executive action to allow health insurers to continue offering plans in 2014 that aren't PPACA compliant, calling the action "flatly illegal under federal constitutional and statutory law."
Read the full article on Becker's Hospital Review.
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