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Opponents of the Affordable Care Act apparently will say anything to advance what one judge has called their “no-so-veiled atte
“The potential significance of this was lost on me,” said Thomas Christina, speaking of the provisions in the Affordable Care Act allowing the federal government to establish health insurance Exchanges, “until I noticed something peculiar about the tax credit for people who fall in this 100% to 400...
On Wednesday, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit -- Jeffrey Sutton, Deborah Cook, and Martha Craig Daughtrey -- heard oral arguments in cases from four states (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee) in which lower court judges have struck down state...
In their continuing effort to give the Supreme Court another shot to gut the Affordable Care Act, opponents of the Act last week asked the Court to hear King v.

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