Health Insurers Brace for Supreme Court Ruling
The case, brought by four plaintiffs from Virginia, revolves around four words in the Affordable Care Act: “established by the state.” Critics of the law, including many Republicans who have repeatedly sought to overturn it, have argued that the law is written in such a way that it makes federal tax credits available only to people buying coverage in marketplaces created by the states themselves.
Our prediction--these and similar future legal battles take upwards of another decade to gradually sort themselves out. But as of now, little we can see to knock the existing law down.
comments powered by Disqus