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The ACA's Been Ruled Invalid. What's Next?

By Jeff Overley (December 17, 2018, 10:11 PM EST) -- A Texas federal judge's declaration that the entire Affordable Care Act is invalid left attorneys questioning why the judge didn't actually halt the ACA's operation and where the litigation is headed next.

Meet the Judge Who Invalidated the ACA

Judge Reed O'Connor has declared the ACA invalid. Here is Law360's exclusive interview with Judge O'Connor and a profile of the Texas jurist. Multiple attorneys told Law360 on Monday that they were unsure why U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor deemed the ACA invalid late Friday but did not issue an injunction barring its enforcement. In addition, Democratic state attorneys general who are defending the ACA...

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