I don’t think that goes anywhere. A legal/litigation challenge to 0’care would have to get into a circuit court and then be appealed to the USSC, per my larval understanding of the hierarchy of the court system.
However...there is a doctrine of “impossibility” in legal procedure. This may be the only (legal-based) means of overturning 0’care; but, by the time it is proven impossible, it may well have overturned itself.
I look forward to the moment when the administration floats the idea of bailouts for the insurance companies. You know, the guys who were the evil bastards all along? But who actually wrote the bill. With the bailout provision for them. I so look forward to that moment. Boy oh boy, if that doesn’t get the libs going, there is absolutely no hope for them (or for us)
Any private individual or group that files suit will have it dismissed due to lack of standing. The elites have invented the no standing procedure to prevent the little people from using the courts to over turn or nullify laws that are in the interest of the elites.