What We've Forgotten About Obamacare
Last week I wrote about the Halbig case, in which a federal appeals court ruled that the Affordable Care Act only allowed subsidies for the purchase of insurance to be given out on state exchanges. Because most states have opted out of building exchanges and others are considering switching to the federal exchange, this would obviously be a big deal for the law's implementation.
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