On June 25 the Supreme Court issued its ruling in the King v. Burwell case, holding that federal subsidies for health insurance could be provided whether the insurance was purchased through a state exchange or a federal exchange. Challengers to the ACA subsidies maintained that the law’s language allowed for subsidies only when insurance was purchased through a state exchange and not through a federal exchange. 34 states had not set up an exchange, relying instead on the federal exchange. Subsidies offset the cost of health insurance for low and moderate income people who aren’t covered by an employer’s plan, Medicaid, or Medicare.
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