Will any states still uphold the ACA if the federal law falls

With the recent Texas decision (which will hopefully fail on appeal) I’m wondering what states have passed laws to cement the ACA into state law even if the federal law is overturned.

I am guessing MA would, since they had the ACA before the ACA existed.

I am sure I read a long time ago that CA also passed a law making the ACA state law, even if the federal law is overturned. Can that be verified?

Have any other states done this?

Things like the Medicaid expansion and ACA subsidies require massive amounts of money. I doubt if the states would be willing to put up the money.

yes I can verify that Wesley is right …but don’t expect the new bs to last long tho ….