Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley have signed on to another lawsuit against the Affrodable Care Act, along with Republican officials in 18 other states. This suit argues that because Republicans in Congress repealed the tax penalty for Americans who don't carry insurance, the entire law should be ruled unconstitutional.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley have signed on to another lawsuit against the Affrodable Care Act, along with Republican officials in 18 other states. This suit argues that because Republicans in Congress repealed the tax penalty for Americans who don't carry insurance, the entire law should be ruled unconstitutional. Wire photo
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley have signed on to another lawsuit against the Affrodable Care Act, along with Republican officials in 18 other states. This suit argues that because Republicans in Congress repealed the tax penalty for Americans who don't carry insurance, the entire law should be ruled unconstitutional. Wire photo

Kansas and Missouri join another lawsuit seeking to overturn Affordable Care Act

February 28, 2018 08:00 AM