The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a Trump administration-backed lawsuit to strike down the Affordable Care Act one week after Election Day.
The Hill reported that arguments will be held before the high court on Nov. 10.
The case against the ACA is led by Texas and a group of Republican-led states. California and a group of Democratic-led states are defending the law after Trump's Justice Department decided not to defend it.
At issue is whether the law’s individual mandate to have health insurance is constitutional.
A federal district judge in Texas agreed with the Republican-led states that the individual mandate is unconstitutional and struck down the entire health care law in 2018, but the judge's ruling was put on hold while the case moved through the courts.
The administration contends that the law cannot survive without an individual mandate for health insurance. The financial penalty for not having insurance was repealed as part of the GOP tax law in 2017.