“The Department has consistently and successfully defended this law in several court of appeals, and only the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled it unconstitutional. We believe the question is appropriate for review by the Supreme Court. “Throughout history, there have been similar challenges to other landmark legislation such as the Social Security Act, the Civil Rights Act, and the Voting Rights Act, and all of those challenges failed. We believe the challenges to Affordable Care Act -- like the one in the 11th Circuit -- will also ultimately fail and that the Supreme Court will uphold the law.”For more information about the Justice Department's continued defense of the Affordable Care Act, visit justice.gov/healthcare.
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Justice Department Asks the Supreme Court to Review the Affordable Care Act
September 28, 2011
The Department of Justice filed a cert petition today asking the Supreme Court to review the 2-1 decision of the Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit striking down a portion of the Affordable Care Act. The following statement was released today regarding this action.
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