From WFTV :
“To have standing in federal court you have to allege and injury, here the Supreme Court is saying that Texas and other states you do not have an injury from the affordable care act,” says Anthony Marcum of the R-Street Institute. “The individual mandate, which has been challenged a few times now and recently amended by Congress have a zero dollar penalty, doesn’t injure any of these states that are alleging harm in trying to strike down the ACA.”
” I think it’s fair to say this is the last of the affordable care act trilogy that we’re going to see at the Supreme Court even Justice Alito mentioned this in his dissent tracing all of this and this does seem like the final significant case and it seems like the Supreme Court itself is ready to move on,” says Marcum.
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- “WFTV”: https://www.wftv.com/news/politics/texas-florida-do-not-have-standing-challenge-affordable-care-act-us-supreme-court-rules/VIVSCX5AAVH5JML3CLHO2HE77M/
- “here.”: https://www.wftv.com/news/politics/texas-florida-do-not-have-standing-challenge-affordable-care-act-us-supreme-court-rules/VIVSCX5AAVH5JML3CLHO2HE77M/