We already have con­ser­v­a­tive Jus­tice John Roberts cross­ing the aisle to find in favor of the Afford­able Care Act, but that is a rare occur­rence and unlike­ly to hap­pen again.  Now the fol­low­ing are being con­sid­ered and could reach higher:

Texas vs. Azar:  20 Repub­li­can gov­er­nors and attor­neys gen­er­al is seek­ing to inval­i­date the Afford­able Care Act entire­ly, since, they say, it can no longer work after Con­gress elim­i­nat­ed the indi­vid­ual mandate.

Stew­art vs. Azar:  A group of low income res­i­dents of Ken­tucky chal­lenged the Trump administration’s move to allow Ken­tucky to impose work require­ments on enrollees in the state Med­ic­aid requirement

New York vs. Acos­ta  A group of 12 Demo­c­ra­t­ic attror­neys gen­er­al are chal­leng­ing a Trump admin­is­tra­tion reg­u­la­tion that allows for eas­i­er cre­ation and coor­di­na­tion of Asso­ci­a­tion Health Plans.  This alleged­ly vio­lates the ACA aim of estab­lish­ing min­i­mum insur­ance standards