Republicans on Thursday issued a report that quoted President Barack Obama’s corporate advisers as predicting his 2010 healthcare overhaul would raise – not lower – the cost of care.

The report, released as the Supreme Court weighs the fate of Obama’s healthcare law, was compiled by the Republican staff of the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee with input from major corporations including General Electric, Southwest Airlines and American Express.

The companies, members of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, see costs rising as a result of higher taxes, fees, and bureaucratic burdens, according to the report, titled “Higher Costs, More Confusion, Less Coverage.”