White House Must Wait To Appeal House Standing In ACA Suit
By Dani Kass (October 19, 2015, 6:00 PM EDT) -- The D.C. Circuit won't get to review a district court's decision to allow the U.S. House of Representatives to sue the Obama administration over allegedly improper Affordable Care Act spending until after the district court has ruled on the merits of the case, a federal judge ruled Monday.
U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer said the administration failed to prove that an interlocutory appeal would materially advance the litigation, as the case will likely be decided on summary judgment. The administration was arguing against her decision that the House has constitutional standing to sue the executive branch for allegedly doling out...
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