The attorneys general of 11 states ObamaCare argue that the so-called "fixes" to the Affordable Care Act are illegal, since they have not been going through Congress.
Martha MacCallum discussed the latest ObamaCare "fix" with Mary Katharine Ham, editor-at-large of Hotair.com and Mary Anne Marsh, former advisor to John Kerry.
Charles Krauthammer, author of the New York Times best-seller Things That Matter, joined Megyn Kelly last night and called out President Obama for proposing the health care "fix" in the first place. "It was a fraud and a sham from the very beginning," said Krauthammer, arguing it is illegal under the Affordable Care Act to keep selling the non-compliant plans.
In remarks on Thursday, President Barack Obama announced that Americans who lost coverage because of ObamaCare will be able to keep their original plans.
South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy reacted to reports that the president is going to propose an ObamaCare “fix” that would allow people to keep the health care plans that were initially deemed “substandard” under the Affordable Care Act.