Obamacare: Affordable Care Act under threat in US

There are 8.5 million Americans that receive low-cost health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.

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    A legal case will kick off later on Tuesday in the United States, centred on healthcare.

    A court will hear arguments in a challenge to the Affordable Care Act - commonly known as Obamacare - which started in 2010, providing low-cost health insurance to millions of citizens.

    The Trump administration is trying to chip away at it, especially for those recipients who have so-called pre-existing conditions.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from the US state of New Jersey.


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