Okla. Has No Standing For ACA Challenge, DOJ Says

Law360, New York (December 4, 2012, 6:54 PM EST) -- In an attempt to knock down another state challenge to the Affordable Care Act, the federal government said in a motion to dismiss Monday that the state of Oklahoma had no standing to challenge the act's federal subsidies for health insurance premiums.

Oklahoma's attorney general renewed the state's ACA challenge in September, focusing the suit on the federal tax credits that will go to help residents buy health insurance on the act's exchanges. Oklahoma, which has declined to run its own exchange, claims that the law...
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Case Title

Pruitt v. Burwell et al


Case Number

6:11-cv-00030

Court

Oklahoma Eastern

Nature of Suit

Commerce ICC Rates, Etc.

Judge

Ronald A. White

Date Filed

January 20, 2011

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