Elizabeth Wydra of the Constitutional Accountability Center counters, "The argument frankly is made up out of whole cloth in an attempt to get rid of a law that political opponents do not like." No one, she says, "not the people who wrote the law in Congress, frankly not even the people who opposed it at the time it was enacted — no one understood the law" to forbid subsidies when the federal government, "acting in the shoes of the state," runs the exchange.
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CAC's Elizabeth Wydra appeared on CBS Radio News to discuss today's rulings in the D.C. Circuit and the Fourth Circuit, on the latest conservative challenges to the Affordable Care Act.
CAC's Elizabeth Wydra appeared in this piece by correspondent Shannon Bream discussing today's ruling in the conservative challenges to the Affordable Care Act, on FOX News Channel.
CAC's Simon Lazarus appeared in a report on FOX News Radio stations across the country on the House Rules Committee hearing on Speaker Boehner's proposed lawsuit against President Obama.
CAC's David Gans appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss the major cases and themes emerging from the U.S. Supreme Court Term that concluded this week.
CAC's Elizabeth Wydra appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal to discuss the end of the Supreme Court Term, including the Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.
One day after a major ruling by the Supreme Court about the contraceptive mandate of the Affordable Care Act, many are wondering what aspects of the law might be challenged next. The ruling in the case found employers with religious objections do have rights to opt out. As National Correspondent Kristine Frazao reports, interviewing CAC's Director David Gans, the so-called 'narrow ruling' could be anything but.