A federal appeals court has asked for supplemental briefing on whether a handful of states and the U.S. House of Representatives have standing to defend the Affordable Care Act.

The order filed Wednesday requests the parties to address whether the state intervenors and the House have standing to defend the Obama-era health care law in the appeal, whether their interventions were timely, and whether there is a live case if the panel determines they don’t have standing.

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