WDTV – Even after a decade the affordable care act still has an uncertain future as an oral argument will be held by the US supreme court on Tuesday and this could play a huge roll in West Virginia if repealed. Read full article.
“No state benefited more from the affordable care act than West Virginia,” said Senior Policy Analyst of West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy Sean O’Leary.
The supreme court will be hearing from those that disagree with the stance of O’Leary.
The U.S. department of Justice and 18 states, including West Virginia, have filed a lawsuit stating that they believe the healthcare law put in place by former president Barak Obama is unconstitutional.