“…Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed the lawsuit in District Court Thursday, contending that if the ACA ceased to exist it would hurt state residents who have gained insurance under the law, the state’s health-care system and public finances.
“Maryland has fundamentally altered its healthcare delivery, healthcare payment, and insurance regulatory schemes in reliance on the provisions of the Affordable Care Act,” he wrote.
The complaint names as defendants the U.S. government and three senior members of the administration: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig.”
Capital Gazette Op Ed – Brian Frosh: State has taken steps to curb gun violence; Congress needs to do more
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