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Dueling Opinions on Obamacare

Two separate federal courts hearing two separate cases issued contradictory opinions Tuesday regarding the legality of subsidies being provided to people in states with federally-run health care exchanges, and Obamacare and all its embarrassments are back in the news. 715 more words

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Updates from the National Tax Forum

We recently attended the National Tax Forum, put on by the IRS, which educates and updates us on the latest tax changes. This year there were four areas that were stressed. 482 more words

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"The card says Moops"

My favorite example of mindlessly formalistic, ruthlessly result-oriented textual interpretation comes from George Costanza. In the “Bubble Boy” episode of “Seinfeld”‘s fourth season, George denied his opponent a win in Trivial Pursuit based on an… 135 more words

Imperial Presidency: ObamaCare

The great national trainwreck commonly known as ObamaCare has finally been dealt a crushing blow – if it isn’t overturned:

D.C. appeals panel deals big blow to Obamacare subsidies… 254 more words

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Recent Affordable Care Act News: Courts Gone Crazy

Full Disclosure: I do not consider myself an expert by any means on The Affordable Care Act. I know what I know about it from a lot of reading, which while nice, is by no means legal expertise. 543 more words

[VIDEO] The Hammer: Affordable Care Act Language Is 'Not Ambiguous At All'

 “If the D.C. Court is upheld, Obamacare is over. It won’t survive.”

Charles Krauthammer believes that the language in the Affordable Care Act saying that subsidies are to be provided through state exchanges is unambiguous…He referred to a point  59 more words

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Court panel calls Obamacare subsidies into question

President Barack Obama’s health care law is enmeshed in another big legal battle after two federal appeals courts issued contradictory rulings on a key financing issue within hours of each other Tuesday. 889 more words

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