- Docket No.
- District Court
- District of Columbia
- Invalidate all or part of a federal regulation; Other: stop the government from approving Georgia's waiver under Section 1332
Why this Matters:
The plaintiffs allege that a Trump administration waiver under the Affordable Care Act granted to the state of Georgia violates the Administrative Procedure Act. While the Affordable Care Act allows federal agencies to waive certain statutory provisions to promote state innovation, such waivers must cover as many people, with coverage as affordable and comprehensive — as would be covered absent the waiver, without increasing the federal deficit. Experts project this waiver would sharply reduce the number of Georgians with comprehensive coverage, raise premiums, and harm consumers.
Allowing the federal government to approve waivers under the Affordable Care Act that do not meet the relevant statutory guardrails could result in consumers losing comprehensive health coverage and facing higher premiums.
16 Major Filings
- JOINT STATUS REPORT (Aug 29, 2023)
- Joint STATUS REPORT (Jul 31, 2023)
- Joint STATUS REPORT (Jan 6, 2023)
- Joint STATUS REPORT (Nov 7, 2022)
- Joint STATUS REPORT (Aug 11, 2022)
- Joint STATUS REPORT (Jul 8, 2022)
- Consent MOTION to Stay Extend Stay and Status Report (May 11, 2022)
- MINUTE ORDER (May 11, 2022)
- MINUTE ORDER (Sep 14, 2021)
- Consent MOTION Extend Stay (Sep 13, 2021)
- Consent MOTION to Stay (Jun 14, 2021)
- MINUTE ORDER (Jun 14, 2021)
- ANSWER (Mar 26, 2021)
- MINUTE ORDER (Mar 26, 2021)
- MOTION to Intervene by STATE OF GEORGIA (Mar 25, 2021)
- COMPLAINT (Jan 14, 2021)