Cozen O’Connor: What Happens To ACA Challenges Still In Court?

What Happens To ACA Challenges Still In Court?

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Debra Friedman, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, discusses what will happen to the ACA challenges still in court on Law360. It is not yet clear what a Donald Trump administration will ultimately mean for health care in the country, but his policy statements regarding the Affordable Care Act shed light on what might become of ongoing lawsuits surrounding the legislation. Debra said the religious groups involved may consider a Trump administration to be a better negotiating partner than the current administration, and will likely want to press the pause button until he takes office. "What is clear, is that it is unlikely that a resolution is going to occur in the waning days of the Obama administration," Friedman said. "From the affiliated religious organizations' perspective, they may get a more favorable solution if they wait to work out the detail until the Trump administration is in place."

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