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Judge dismisses Maryland’s lawsuit claiming nonenforcement of ACA

A federal judge Friday dismissed Maryland's lawsuit seeking to have the Affordable Care Act declared constitutional and enforceable because the state currently lacks standing, but she left the door open for the lawsuit to be filed again later. U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander determined Maryland does not have standing to sue for a declaratory judgment ...

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