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Trump’s group health plan rules struck down by judge
President Trump on the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday

03 April, 2019

A federal judge has ruled that a Trump administration measure expanding association health insurance plans allowed participants to illegally escape certain Affordable Care Act regulations.

"Accordingly, these provisions are unlawful and must be set aside", Bates said in the ruling.

Trump made the surprise decision to talk up health legislation last week immediately after the release of a summary of Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe, and is encouraging his party to make it a signature issue going into the 2020 elections.

The President, they said, wants to telegraph to his political base that he is standing firm on his promise to repeal the entire law despite failing to wrangle Republicans to do just that during a drawn out legislative battle in 2017, when the party held both chambers of Congress. "But this is the beginning of a series of judicial challenges".

"Trump has an idea on health care".

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After years of running away from his implementation, as MA governor, of a health care overhaul that helped inspire Obamacare, freshman Sen.

Sisters and Tea Party members of Atlanta, Georgia, Judy Burel (L) and Janis Haddon (R), protest the Obamacare in front of the U.S. Supreme Court March 27, 2012 in Washington, DC. He said every replacement plan included protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Mitt Romney is among Republican senators discussing health care reform plans as the Trump administration wages a court battle to strike down the Affordable Care Act. His ruling is being appealed by attorneys general from Democratic-led states to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.

Rules allowing association health plans began going into effect less than six months ago, and according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, which studies trends in health care, only a few plans have been announced. Mulvaney told ABC News that "debate about pre-existing conditions is over". All sides expect the case to go to the Supreme Court, which has twice before upheld the ACA.

A federal judge's ruling against a type of health insurance plan designed for small business owners has some companies now thinking about what to do next. He found that administration officials failed to account for coverage losses and other potential harm, and sent the Health and Human Services Department back to the drawing board. Bates said he agreed with states challenging the rule that the Department of Labor stretched the definition of the "employer".

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