Another Court Rules Against President Obama's Unilateral Actions |

WASHINGTON, DC - House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) released the following statement after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit announced its decision in Halbig v. Burwell, which centered on the legality of subsidies offered under the Affordable Care Act:

“For the second time in a month, the courts have ruled against the president’s unilateral actions regarding ObamaCare.  The president has demonstrated he believes he has the power to make his own laws.  That’s not the way our system of government was designed to work.  That’s why the House will act next week to authorize a lawsuit to uphold the rule of law and protect our Constitution.  This isn't about Republicans versus Democrats; it’s about the Constitution versus unconstitutional and unilateral actions by the Executive Branch, and protecting our democracy. 

“Today’s ruling is also further proof that President Obama’s health care law is completely unworkable.  It cannot be fixed.  The American people recognize that ObamaCare is hurting our economy and making it harder for small businesses to hire, and that’s why Republicans remain committed to repealing the law and replacing it with solutions that will lower health care costs and protect American jobs.”

NOTE: Information about the House's lawsuit to protect the Constitution can be found here.