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The part that seems to be forgotten in OUR case (the United States) is what our intention and structure of our form of government.
The house is supposed to represent the people, it's structured so that these representatives are closest to the people that elect them.
The senate is supposed to represent the states and answer to the states they represent.
Now, if you think about that... What would you have? Well it's pretty evident that the majority of the U.S. was never in support of the ACA law. In addition to that, the house has control over the house by running on repealing that very law. That would give you indication also, that the people are against it. By that you would expect the house to do the will of their constituents and fight against said law.
Now, what about the states? Well 26 of them (a majority) have signed onto a lawsuit against the law. And more have vowed to oppose the exchanges or implementation of the Medicare portions of the law. Clearly a majority of the states oppose the law as well...
The only issue is that the senate is NOT representing their states as they are supposed to do.