“The stakes couldn’t be higher,” writes Nebraska’s Senator Ben Sasse in the WSJ. “Either we will continue the march toward a harmful European-style system, or we’ll adopt real patient-centered solutions.”
King v. Burwell—to be argued March 4 before the Supreme Court—challenges the legality of 75% of Obamacare. Should the Court strike down the subsidies as illegal, it could be fatal to Obamacare. But as Senator Sasse writes, “Congress must be prepared to offer immediate, targeted protection to those hurt by this administration’s reckless disregard for the rule of law. ObamaCare took these patients hostage.” Congress, Mr. Sasse believes, has a duty to save them.
Read here Senator Sasse’s two-part strategy to temporarily relieve millions of Americans affected by O’Care’s “broken one-size-fits-all regime.”
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