In the USA, the court found Obamacare health insurance unconstitutional

In Texas, a federal court declared unconstitutional a law on affordable medical care, passed by former US President Barack Obama (Obamacare), according to CNN.

Experts in the legal field told the TV channel that this would not affect US medical insurance, but some states, including California, intend to appeal this decision of the court.

California Attorney General Xavier Berrera called the decision to declare Obamacare unconstitutional "violence" and noted that the health insurance system adopted by Obama "has already experienced more than 70 unsuccessful attempts to repeal and passed the test in the Supreme Court."

Recall, US President Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that one of his first steps as president will be the abolition of Barack Obama’s health insurance reform. Republicans are trying to replace Obamacare. In particular, they proposed to abolish the obligatory availability of medical insurance for every American, but to prohibit withdrawing insurance from already ill people.
In 2017, the US Senate voted against repealing Obamacare. 49 senators voted for the document on cancellation, 51 - against.