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Aca Ruling 07222014

Aca Ruling 07222014

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United States Court of Appeals
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT
 Argued March 25, 2014 Decided July 22, 2014  No. 14-5018 J
ACQUELINE
H
ALBIG
,
 ET AL
., A
PPELLANTS
 v. S
YLVIA
M
ATHEWS
B
URWELL
,
 IN HER OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS
U.S.
 
S
ECRETARY OF
H
EALTH AND
H
UMAN
S
ERVICES
,
 ET AL
., A
PPELLEES
 Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia (No. 1:13-cv-00623)
 Michael A. Carvin
 argued the cause for appellants. With him on the briefs were
Yaakov M. Roth
 and
 Jonathan Berry
.
 Rebecca A. Beynon
,
 E. Scott Pruitt 
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Oklahoma,
 Patrick R. Wyrick 
, Solicitor General,
 Luther Strange
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Alabama,
Sam Olens
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Georgia,
 Patrick Morrisey
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of West Virginia,
 Jon Bruning 
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Nebraska, and
 Alan Wilson
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for
 
2 the State of South Carolina were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Consumer 
s Research, et al.
C. Boyden Gray
,
 Adam J. White
, and
 Adam R.F. Gustafson
 were on the brief for
amicus curiae
The Galen Institute in support of appellants.
Charles J. Cooper 
,
 David H. Thompson
,
 Howard C.  Nielson
, and
 Michael E. Roman
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Senator John Cornyn, et al. in support of appellants.
 John R. Woodrum
 was on the brief for
amicus curiae
 National Federation of Independent Business Legal Center in support of appellants.
 Bert W. Rein
,
William S. Consovoy
,
 John M. Connolly
, and
 Ilya Shapiro
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Pacific Research Institute, et al. in support of appellants.
 Derek Schmidt 
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Kansas,
 Jeffrey A. Chanay
, Deputy Attorney General,
Stephen R. McAllister 
, Solicitor General,
 Bryan C. Clark 
, Assistant Solicitor General,
 Bill Schuette
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Michigan, and
 Jon Bruning 
, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the State of Nebraska, were on the  brief for
amici curiae
States of Kansas, et al. in support of appellants.
 Andrew M. Grossman
 was on the brief for
amici curiae
Jonathan Adler, et al. in support of appellants.
Stuart F. Delery
, Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, argued the cause for appellees. With him on the brief were
 Ronald C. Machen
,
 Jr.
, U.S. Attorney,
 
3
 Beth S. Brinkmann
, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, and
 Mark B. Stern
 and
 Alisa B. Klein
, Attorneys.
 Martha Jane Perkins
,
 Kelly Bagby
,
 Iris Y. Gonzalez 
, and
 Michael Schuste
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 AARP and National Health Law Program in support of appellees.
 Mary P. Rouvelas
 was on the brief for
amici curiae
The American Cancer Society, et al. in support of appellees.
 H. Guy Collier 
 and
 Ankur J. Goel 
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
Public Health Deans, Chairs, and Faculty in support of appellees.
 Elizabeth B. Wydra
and
Simon Lazarus
 were on the brief for
amici curiae
 Members of Congress and State Legislatures in support of appellees.
 Dominic F. Perella
,
Sean Marotta
, and
 Melinda Reid  Hatton
 were on the brief for
amicus curiae
 The American Hospital Association in support of appellees.
 Andrew J. Pincus
 and
 Brian D. Netter 
 were on the brief for
amicus curiae
 America
s Health Insurance Plans in support of appellees.
  Matthew S. Hellman
 and
 Matthew E. Price
 were on the  brief for
amici curiae
Economic Scholars in support of appellees.
 Robert Weiner 
 and
 Murad Hussain
 were on the brief for
amicus curiae
Families USA in support of appellees. Before: G
RIFFITH
,
Circuit Judge
, and E
DWARDS
 and
ANDOLPH
,
Senior Circuit Judges
.

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