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He arrived in Washington on Saturday for medical treatment for his injuries. A State Department official said Kyagulanyi met with representatives from the department on Thursday, “as they have done in the past when he visited the United States.” Undersecretary of State for African Affairs Tibor Nagy did not participate in the meeting at the State Department. There was no immediate comment from the government in Kampala. Kyagulanyi has gained popularity for his attacks on Museveni. The president has ruled since 1986 and has won a series of elections, but is viewed by some as out of touch. The government in Kampala denies torturing Kyagulanyi. “We want the American taxpayer to know that the American taxpayer is funding this. The military equipment we are supplying to Uganda is being used in a war of terror against Uganda’s citizens,” lawyer Robert Amsterdam, flanked by Kyagulanyi, told a news conference in Washington “We call on the U.S. government to immediately suspend military funding to Uganda,” he said.
Mr. Elias replied, “Whatever Congress may have believed in 2010, Congress in 2017 made a categorically different judgment,” deciding to remove the penalty without touching the rest of the health law. He also read quotes from Senators Orrin Hatch, Republican of Utah, and Tim Scott, Republican of South Carolina, who publicly emphasized when the tax bill passed last year that no other part of the health law would be eliminated. “They certainly did not believe in any way, shape or form that they were taking away subsidies and pre-existing condition protections,” Mr. Elias said. Judge O’Connor went on to ask whether Congress might have intended to force the courts to invalidate the entire health law by targeting the penalty, knowing it was the reason the Supreme Court held up the law as constitutional in 2012. The judge, who said he would “get something out just as soon as I can,” also grilled Mr. Shumate about the Justice Department’s position that only the law’s provisions for the individual mandate and pre-existing conditions should be invalidated, instead of the entire law, as Texas wants. He had the fewest questions for Mr. McCarty, the lawyer for Texas, although he did ask why it disagreed with the Trump administration that a preliminary injunction would be too disruptive.
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