Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) said he disagrees with that ruling — as did most other Republicans — and said the hearing would help assess the meaning behind it and inform ways to repeal the bill.

"As the tax-writing committee of the U.S. House of Representatives — where, under the Constitution, all revenue measures must originate — we have a responsibility to fully understand the court's interpretation of Congress's taxing authority and what that means for potential actions taken by future Congresses, the future of our country and the relationship that the government has with the American people," Camp said.

Camp's announcement said the hearing would focus on the implications of the court's finding that "the individual mandate is constitutional on the grounds that it is a tax and that Congress has the broad power to levy taxes far beyond the historic scope of raising revenue."

Witnesses for the hearing were not set as of Tuesday.