Pa. man loses court bid to keep the Obamacare plan he liked

A federal appeals court Friday ruled against a Pennsylvania man who lost his health plan because of Obamacare and complained that religious exemptions from the law left secular objectors in the cold.

The plaintiff, Jeffrey Cutler, failed to convince the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that he shouldn’t have to pay a tax for flouting the law’s “individual mandate” because his objection to being forced into Obamacare-compliant coverage was just as valid as ones from religious sects.