Health Insurance in
Unchanged Thanks To
High Court Ruling
Dallas health insurance is no longer under the thumb of potential changes to the Affordable
Care Act, as the nation's highest court quickly dismissed a challenge to the ACA in a decision
that not only leaves the law intact but will undoubtedly save health coverage for millions of
uninsured and under
The justices turned away red-
state lawmakers and the former
administration as they attempted
in vain to have the entire law
All but two justices say the challengers of the 2010 law "Did not have the legal
right to bring the case," leaving everything in place for Americans everywhere,
including those with health insurance in Dallas.
They added that things should stay
the same because Congress has
reduced the penalty for failing to
buy health insurance to zero.
Speaking on the court ruling victory, the President added, "With
millions of people relying on the Affordable Care Act for
coverage, it remains, as ever, a BFD.
And it's here to stay," he tweeted, a reference to him
being caught on a hot mic telling President Barack
Obama in 2010 the law is a "Big f-king deal." Rick
Thornton, a Dallas health insurance agent said those
who were against the Affordable Care Act since the
very beginning failed to show concrete
All signs indicate that it is a good law.
Thornton cited the Department of
Health and Human Services, which
reported that a record 31 million
Americans have health coverage
through the ACA.
According to the CNN article, that includes 11.3 million people enrolled
in the ACA exchanges as of February and 14.8 million newly-eligible,
low-income people enrolled in Medicaid expansion as of December.
consumers with detailed
information on health insurance
with the ability to purchase health
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