United Nations: Repealing Obamacare may violate international law

Just when we thought attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act were dead, the GOP tried it again. The latest attempt, which was previously shelved, would grant states “sweeping power” to opt out of key ACA provisions, Politico reported last week. It would leave millions of Americans without access to healthcare coverage. And that could violate international law, says the United Nations. The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner on Human Rights in Geneva sent a

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United Nations: Repealing Obamacare may violate international law

Just when we thought attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act were dead, the GOP tried it again. The latest attempt, which was previously shelved, would grant states “sweeping power” to opt out of key ACA provisions, Politico reported last week. It would leave millions of Americans without access to healthcare coverage. And that could violate international law, says the United Nations. The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner on Human Rights in Geneva sent a

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