Politics

Attorney in Obamacare Challenge: Congress Shouldn’t Wait for Supreme Court to Start Working on Better Law

A lead attorney representing parties challenging the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, said Congress should get to work in developing a health care package that would protect Americans with pre-existing conditions and empower people to make their own health care decisions. "States and Congress have an obligation to do better," attorney Robert Henneke told The Epoch Times' "American Thought Leaders." Henneke is the lead counsel representing two individuals challenging former President Barrack Obama's signature health care law in a pending Supreme Court case set to be heard on Nov. 10. A coalition of Republican-led states is also challengRead More From Source