Supreme Court & Patient Protection

A supreme court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law (along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010) is the principal Health Care Reform legislation of the 111th United States Congress. 5.0/5

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HB177 [NEW] To bar Supreme Court decisions in certain Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act cases from citat...
Birth control on trial, again - Today the Supreme Court will hear arguments in yet another challenge to the 2010 Patient Protection & Affor…
"And the walls come crumbling down". Four words that could deep-six Obamacare WASHINGTON — The most serious challenge to President Obama's Health Care law since it survived the Supreme Court by a single vote in 2012 isn't a balky website, public opinion or the Republican takeover of Congress. It's the Supreme Court — again. In a case likely to be heard in March and decided in June, the justices will dissect the meaning of four words on page 95 of the 906-page Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — four words that could render Health Insurance premiums unaffordable for millions of Americans. Here's a look at the issues in King v. Burwell: Question: Why the fuss over four words? Answer: The law states that tax credits will be available through so-called exchanges, or online marketplaces, "established by the State." When it was being crafted, it was assumed that all 50 states would create their own exchanges. After it passed in March 2010, it became clear that many states would rely on the federa ...
The U.S. Supreme Court is deciding whether to hear a challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which made Health Insurance available to millions of Americans by providing tax subsidies for them to buy it. The law allows people to qualify for tax credits when they get insurance on…
January 20, 2014 4:00 AM A Strike at the Heart of Obamacare A case against IPAB is heard by the Ninth Circuit — and eventually by the Supreme Court? By Quin Hillyer Archive Latest RSS Send . Print Text Comments 80 Conservatives distressed by a major federal court ruling Tuesday in favor of Obamacare should take heart: What might be an even more potent challenge to the law is scheduled for oral argument on January 28. Tuesday’s decision in Halbig v. Sebelius, by D.C. federal-district-court judge Paul Friedman, shoots down (for now) one of several pending challenges to an Internal Revenue Service rule providing insurance-premium subsidies even to residents of states that do not establish insurance “exchanges” under Obamacare. Conservatives have put lots of stock in these challenges, because without the subsidies the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) becomes far less attractive and therefore politically even less sustainable than it already is. While the challenges to the subs ...
This just in from the Associated Press, WASHINGTON (AP) — Only hours before the law was to take effect, a Supreme Court Justice on Tuesday blocked implementation of part of President Barack Obama’s Health Care law that would have forced some religion-affiliated organizations to provide Health Insurance for employees that includes birth control. Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s decision came after a different effort by Catholic-affiliated groups from around the nation. Those groups had rushed to the federal courts to stop Wednesday’s start of portions of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Sotomayor acted on a request from an organization of Catholic nuns in Denver, the Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged. Its request for an emergency stay had been denied earlier in the day by a federal appeals court. The government is “temporarily enjoined from enforcing against applicants the contraceptive coverage requirements imposed by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” Sotoma ...
PPACA: Three HR compliance challenges for 2013 and beyond With the Supreme Court decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) now nearly a year behind us, employers have moved full-speed ahead, spending this year proactively strategizing and preparing to ensure that their Health Care plans and benefits administration are in full PPACA compliance heading into 2014. “It’s been estimated that Federal Government regulations implementing the Health Care Reform law already number in excess of 20,000 pages, with even more in the works. The volume and complexity of these regulations represents a huge and unprecedented compliance burden for employers,” says Jim O’Connell, Ceridian Washington insider and executive consultant. Given the complexity and HR compliance challenges facing employers this year, there are many key PPACA issues employers need to keep in mind. Below are three important compliance-related considerations for company leaders. 1. Will you “Play or Pay”? “ ...
Brief primer on the Supreme Court decision upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare): http:/…
  42. Since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010, the US House of Representatives, which has been led by a Republican majority since January of 2011, has voted an unbelievable 42 times to repeal or cut funding for the aforementioned Health Care overhaul. Even after the vast majority of the law was declared constitutional by the US Supreme Court in the summer of 2012, they have continued to vote in what will ultimately be a futile effort. Was the original bill perfect? no. Was it passed in a rather sloppy manner? yes. However, now that it is law, Shouldn't our lawmakers in Washington do what they are getting paid to do and make laws? This marquee debate that has been going on for the past three years is only the main attraction starring John Boehner and Eric Cantor. In other news, they have voted to make drastic cuts to the Food Stamp program that gives financial assistance to needy families, they have allowed student loan interest rates to go up, only to have a ...
via: Victoria Schiffer-Wall Dear Friends – I lived in the 11th district of MI eighteen years . . . the incumbent McCotter was somewhat a mess . . . MessCotter – anyway when Kerry Bentivolio was getting his qualifying 1000 signatures to run – I was a precinct delegate (Rep) and one in Kerry’s thousand . . . . no one could imagine what was next - but what an amazing race from beginning to end – a delight. I moved to Cincinnati too soon to vote for Kerry – but keep updated. Here’s Kerry’s note from today Friends, Last week, I had an opinion editorial published on the front page of RedState.com where I outlined how I plan to chip away at ObamaCare. I just wanted to pass this along to you in case you missed it. Best, Kerry Restoring Limited Government Chipping Away at Obamacare By: Kerry Bentivolio Last June, like most conservatives, I felt great shock and disappointment with the ruling of the Supreme Court holding Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—commonly known as Obamacare—as c ...
Are You Prepared to Survive ObamaCare? Warning: What You Don't Know About ObamaCare Could Hurt You . . . As an American, the ramifications of ObamaCare will soon hit you — whether you are retired or still working, unemployed or a business owner, robustly healthy or suffering from some pre-existing medical condition. For better or worse, the Supreme Court has ruled President Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act constitutional; major provisions of the Act are set to start shortly. The only reasonable course of action now is to be prepared for the big changes coming, because these changes will hit ill-prepared Americans hard. These changes will not only affect how much your Health Insurance, medical treatment, and prescription drugs will cost you and your family . . . They will also affect the type and quality of healthcare you can expect to get in the near future. Shockingly, 40% of doctors plan to stop practicing clinical medicine under ObamaCare. Plus, with 30 million more Americans ...
When the Supreme Court upheld the controversial Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act last week, the rhetoric...
Well Romney was a bust, but hopefully the Supreme Court can overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Ever hear someone say "Obama hasn't done anything"? In Obama's first term he signed the Lilly Ledbetter Act which helps defend women against pay discrimination, signed the Credit CARD Act protecting cc customers from unexpected interest rate hikes, placed regulations on tabacco to stop advertising deceptions, passed the federal hate crimes bill, extended subsidized healthcare for 4 million children, cut the middle man out of student loans, created the "cash-for-clunkers" trade-in program to get gas guzzlers off the streets and reinvigorate the American auto industry, saved the American auto industry, passed the economic recovery package which was the largest tax cut in history and the largest investment in green technology and education in American history, passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, passed the Financial Regulatory and Reform law, appointed Judge Sonya Sotomayor to the Supreme Court (the first Hispanic judge and the t...hird woman to sit on the court), appointed Elena Kagan to ...
Chief Justice John Roberts’ majority decision today upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act makes a number of very important points.
During the long, painful debate that led to the passage of Obamacare, Republican lawmakers made a single request of their colleagues, the press and the public: Please read the 2,700-page bill. That request was mostly ignored, even by many of the members of Congress who voted for what became the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Now, it's someone else's turn not to read the bill. In oral arguments before the Supreme Court this week, some justices made it abundantly clear that they, too, haven't read the entire law, even if they are considering a constitutional question that could kill the whole thing. "I haven't read every word of that, I promise," Justice Stephen Breyer said to a lawyer arguing the case Wednesday. "So what do you propose that we do other than spend a year reading all this?" "What happened to the Eight Amendment?" Justice Antonin Scalia erupted after a lawyer suggested the justices might go through the bill and decide which parts were constitutional. The Eight Amendment prohibits ...
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In June, the US Supreme Court ruled that the Obama Administration's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was constitutional.
Although the U.S. Supreme Court declared the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act constitutional late last month, the fate of the act still...
Elections do have consequences and here's your proof. Republican Governors are obstructing the will of the people at every level... from public employee unions to the Supreme Court. They want to talk about a tax base. My prediction is that states that don't expand the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will lose residents to those that do. In the mean time vote the bums out!!!
Heads-up! I am in the midst of writing my own dissent to the majority opinion of the Supreme Court regarding the suit against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as Obamacare); the Chief Justice got it wrong - in my humble opinion, and I believe I have the proof - should be interesting to see how my dissent (which won't be short in word count) will be received. When I finish it, I plan to send my findings to my elected representatives, along with a copy for a few media types; and, perhaps the Chief Justice, himself.
If Republicans take the White House and both chambers of Congress in November, there’s a good chance they will repeal most, if not all, of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. But after yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling, the law is safe from legal challenges, right? Not so fast. We may see...
The June 28th Supreme Court decision that let Obamacare stand gives the president, and all Democrats, an opportunity to remake the case that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is a good thing. That's a blessing because many American voters do not understand Obamacare.
The lengthy debate about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act did not end in late June when the Supreme Court ruled it constitutional. While Democrats declared a victory for the uninsured and for seizing control of the escalating cost of Health Insurance, Republicans vowed to repeal it and...
July 5, 2012 (San Diego) -- The federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, signed into law in 2010, will take full effect by 2014. In light of a recent Supreme Court decision ruling the law constitutional, you may wonder how the law will affect California's Small Businesses.
For those who believe Obama care is the answer healthcare, read on. If after reading a layman's explanation of the part of Obama care that makes healthcare coverage mandatory, you still feel this is the answer, then come November, go ahead and bring him back for another four years...then sit back and watch him sink this country even further.read on Health Care mandate a tax —what a surprise June 30, 2012 Cape Coral Daily Breeze Save | Comments (6) | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share Lawyers and politicians - you gotta love 'em. Despite assurances by proponents of the then-proposed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that the Health Care mandate was not a tax - including resounding statements from President Obama himself - the administration was successful Thursday in its legal assertion that, well, it really is a tax after all. A sharply split Supreme Court ruled that the penalty portion of the mandate is, in fact, a tax and so constitutional. Those who opt out of the plan - or can't afford it ...
Wow! Has all of Washington lost their minds?! (Rhetorical question don't hurt yourself trying to answer that.) So here's the deal: The Congress passes a bill (the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka PPACA, aka obamacare) which they claim wasn't a tax, but they really don't know if it's a tax or not because they didn't read the bill before they passed it, nonetheless, it has a mandate requiring everyone to purchase a product or pay a fine, (BTW even if you don't buy insurance but choose to pay the fine (which is collected by the tax collection dept of the government) you still aren't covered for healthcare, your "fine" doesn't go toward a healthcare premium, it goes into the general fund and becomes fungible monies with regular taxes collected), so anyway the states go crazy and sue the Federal Government, and it eventually ends up in the Supreme Court.(deep breath).the states argue that the mandate requirement is unconstitutional in violation of the Commerce Clause, the Supreme Court hires ...
Can someone please clarify something for me? Given the recent Supreme Court opinion on NATIONAL FEDERATION OF Independent Business ET AL. v. SEBELIUS, SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND Human Services, ET AL, and Article I, § 21 of the Ohio Constitution where will low income families obtain their Medicaid in order to comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act?
Dan Bongino Disagrees with the Supreme Court's Decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act...
Supreme Court to rule on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
I was glad to see the Supreme Court uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act this morning. Michigan...
A lot has been said about the Supreme Court challenge to "Obamacare," the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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While many changes to Americans' Health Care outlined in the the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act don't take effect until 2014, a Supreme Court ruling expected this month could stop those changes from coming at all.
I just came across this proof that those calling for elimination of Obamacare are barking up the wrong tree: Several of the nation's leading insurers -- Humana (NYSE: HUM), Aetna (NYSE: AET) and United Healthcare (NYSE: UNH) -- have announced that they will voluntarily offer services that are currently part of Obamacare (officially known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act), regardless of whether or not the Supreme Court strikes it down, including: A) Requiring doctors to move toward electronic medical records (EMRs) to lower costs. B) Allowing Young Adults to stay on their parents' policies until the age of 26. C) Offering the same premium to all applicants of the same age and geographical location without regard to most pre-existing conditions. D) Offering subsidies to very Small Businesses (fewer than 10 employees) that want to offer Health Insurance benefits to employees. E) Opening Health Insurance exchanges where individuals and Small Businesses can easily compare policies and premiums ...
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WASHINGTON (The Blaze/AP) — The Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments on Monday over President Barack Obama’s contentious Health Care overhaul, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, derisively labeled “Obamacare” by its opponents. Here is a look at how the case will unfold before the ...
King-Shaw discussing Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and what could happen w/Supreme Court decision
People of all ages & races rallied at the Supreme Court 4 the Patient Protection & Affordable Health Care Act:
Orders, case filings, and audio/transcripts to the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act cases in the Supreme Court:
Supreme Court's consideration of Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act is one of the most anticipated cases in history.Opinion in July
I get why the Supreme Court is hearing the Patient Protection and Affordability of Care Act but it's still sad.
A Human-Rights Lens on the Affordable Care Act: As the Supreme Court weighs the fate of the Patient Protection a...
Final arguments were heard before the Supreme Court today regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care...
Our 2011 issue featuring Prof. Randy Barnett has been cited in a number of amici curiae briefs to the Supreme Court
Send a message to the Supreme Court. America needs the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act." Unless...
We're in the second day of legal arguments over Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at Supreme Court in Washington.
Supreme Court hears arguments for and against Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act
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