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Supreme Court Ruling Supports Affordable Care Act

Today, the Supreme Court announced its decision in support of the Affordable Care Act.

The ruling holds that the Affordable Care Act authorized federal tax credits for eligible Americans in states with their own exchanges and in the 34 states with federal marketplaces.

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Politicians Win, Public Loses: Supreme Court Upholds Obama’s Health-Law Subsidies

Presidential Legacy Preserved, Achievement Enshrined: After Trash-Talking Supreme Court and Insulting its Integrity, Obama Reverses Course, Celebrates Wisdom of Court

WASHINGTON — Brent Kendall and… 369 more words

Barack Obama

Supreme Court Guide: Six Big Decisions Remain

The Supreme Court is scheduled to issue decisions Thursday, with six major cases remaining on the docket, and is expected to release opinions again on Friday and perhaps next week. 34 more words

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Emerging Regional Consensus: Prohibiting Indemnification by Plaintiffs’ Counsel

Rules in Washington and other northwest states protect settling defendants from outstanding Medicare liens. 571 more words

Ethics

[VIDEO] White House 'Wasn't Forthcoming' on Gruber's Obamacare Role: Mark Halperin: 'They were right. The Republicans were right'

Emails show Jonathan Gruber, the economist who said Obamacare was written deceptively in order to pass the attention of stupid American voters, played a far wider role in the law’s instrumentation than the White House previously said. 196 more words

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STEPHANIE ARMOUR: MIT Economist Jonathan Gruber Had Bigger Role in Health Law, Emails Show

Wall Street Journal — Adviser whose comments on Affordable Care Act touched off a furor worked more closely than previously known with White House

Jonathan Gruber, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist whose comments about the health-care law touched off a political furor, worked more closely than previously known with the White House and top federal officials to shape the law, previously unreleased emails show. 39 more words

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