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Marxist-Ruled States To Sue Trump Administration Over Healthcare Order #o4a #Trump #Obamacare

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 13th, 2017

Communist politicians filed a multi-state lawsuit in an attempt to stop President Trump from halting key ObamaCare payments to insurers.

Fifteen states and Washington, D.C., are signing onto the new lawsuit, said to Sarah Lovenheim, a spokeswoman for California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.

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Trump announced he would stop making the payments, which led to Democrats wailing & gnashing their teeth, screeching that he was sabotaging the health care law, which has quite effectively sabotaged itself.

The lawsuit seeks a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction and permanent injunction requiring the Marxist wealth redistribution payments be made.

The administration, on a monthly basis, had been funding cost-sharing reduction subsidies, which compensate insurers for lowering the out-of-pocket costs of certain ObamaCare enrollees.

Trump warned Americas Communist left that he might cut them off, while insurers have been pleading for long-term certainty that they would continue.

“Without the Affordable Care Act and its subsidies for these families, millions more would be left in the cold without coverage. California isn’t about to turn its back on hardworking families who are fighting to hold onto their ACA health insurance. We’ve taken the Trump administration to court before and won, and we’re ready to do it again if necessary,” Becerra said in a statement before the lawsuit was officially announced.

Additionally, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said he expects to proceed with lawsuit on a case that’s currently been on hold.

The House sued the Obama administration, arguing the White House was illegally funding cost-sharing reduction subsidies payments to insurers.

Earlier this summer, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that a coalition of attorneys general — including Schneiderman and Becerra — can defend the payments.

“The fast track for initial relief will be in the case we’re filing in California,” Schneiderman said, referring to the new lawsuit.

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