DOJ Argues Parts Of Obamacare Are Unconstitutional After Mandate Repeal

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OAN Newsroom

June 7, 2018

The Trump administration is arguing parts of Obamacare are now unconstitutional.

The DOJ claimed in court Thursday that the health care law’s protections relating to pre-existing conditions are currently improper, because the individual mandate was repealed.

Department officials believe because the Obamacare mandate was repealed, but is still in place– the mandate is no longer a tax.

The move is part of a lawsuit filed by 20 GOP led states who argue Obamacare should be overturned.

The DOJ believes pre-existing conditions and the individual mandate must go hand-in-hand, claiming that part of the law is now unconstitutional.

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