Rick Thornton, a Dallas Group health insurance agent, says the nation’s highest court struck down a recent lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act by a 7-2 decision, paving the way for Americans to maintain their insurance.
Dallas Group health insurance will continue as-is
now that ACA lawsuit is over
Group health insurance in Dallas has been more affordable than ever over
the past year with help from the increasingly popular Affordable Care Act
and a push for health insurance for all.
That doesn't appear to be changing now that the
nation's highest court has recently tossed out a lawsuit
by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
According to several published reports, officials such as
Paxton were seeking to do away with the Affordable Care Act
only to suffer a dramatic loss as the court ruled 7-2 in favor of
This means that approximately 21
million Americans will keep their
On top of that, insurance
companies must continue to
cover preexisting conditions.
Rick Thornton, who work with people who have group health insurance in Dallas ,
says one of the biggest reasons why the nation's highest court continues to side
with the Affordable Care Act is that it is working.
In a recent survey, it was shown
that 44% of all Americans believe
the ACA is constitutional.
As a result, more Americans have affordable
health insurance in an age where rising costs
and the pandemic have shifted perceptions of
what is truly affordable healthcare for all.
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