Two years after its enactment, ObamaCare remains unpopular, unaffordable and unworkable.
This week, three days of oral argument before the Supreme Court should confirm that it’s also unconstitutional.
Shortly after President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law on March 23, 2010, state government officials, private organizations and various individuals filed a number of lawsuits challenging the new law. Lower federal courts issued conflicting rulings. One overturned the entire law. Three other courts invalidated only parts of it. Five federal courts upheld the law as a whole. Other courts dismissed the challenges for technical reasons that did not reach the merits.