One week after Election Day, the Supreme Court is set to hear the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act—and a newly confirmed conservative justice could easily usher in a decision that overturns the sweeping health-care law once and for all.
Democrats might not have the power to stop President Donald Trump’s nominee to the court from being seated before it hears that case on Nov. 10. But in the meantime, they’re working to make sure Republicans who vote for the president’s pick are tagged with the painful politics of health care.
But if Republicans are at all concerned about backlash from ramming a new justice onto the Supreme Court ahead of a high-profile case that spotlights a key weakness in the 2020 campaign cycle, they’re not showing it.
In the Trump era, Repub...Read More