LAWSUIT SEEKS TO STOP OBAMACARE MANDATE DELAY
Despite a Supreme Court decision last year dismissing objections to Obamacare, legal challenges to the law continue to mount — the latest attempt a case charging that the president acted illegally when he delayed a provision requiring many employers to provide healthcare for their workers.
The lawsuit by a Florida dentist seeking to overturn the delay of the "employer mandate" joins other legal actions that also seek to undo all or part of the Affordable Care Act.
One case pending in federal court claims Obamacare violates the Constitution's Origination Clause, which states that all revenue measures are required to originate in the House.
Legal actions have been filed over Obamacare's mandate that health plans cover contraception, even for employers who have conscientious objections such as some religious hospitals.
And several cases — including one filed by the Oklahoma attorney general — involve the issue of whether subsidies are permitted in federally run healthcare exchanges.
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