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Judge Rules Affordable Care Act Will Remain In Effect Pending Appeals

Newsy Monday, 31 December 2018
Judge Rules Affordable Care Act Will Remain In Effect Pending AppealsWatch VideoThe same judge who ruled the Affordable Care Act was invalid said it should stay in place — for now.

In mid-December, U.S District Judge Reed O'Connor said that the law was invalid because of the individual mandate that requires every single person to purchase healthcare or face a penalty. 

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News video: Judge Orders Affordable Care Act To Stay In Effect During Appeal

▶ Judge Orders Affordable Care Act To Stay In Effect During Appeal 00:26

Texas District Judge Reed O'Connor made the decision Sunday.

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