ObamaCare’s second enrollment period is going better than its first. But that’s not saying much.
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The administration is being sued in a case to be heard by the Supreme Court over the subsidies that help 13 million people get insurance. Republicans also filed their long-awaited lawsuit on Friday against the law.
Even as millions gain insurance, the law is less popular than ever with voters, something that’s hard to improve given several public relations disasters surrounding it, most notably a consultant’s comments that ObamaCare only became law because of the “stupidity of the American voter.”