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Supreme Court Upholds Federal Exchange Tax Subsidies in King v. Burwell

Today, the Supreme Court issued its highly anticipated ruling in King v. Burwell.  The case questioned whether individuals who purchased health insurance through the federal Healthcare.gov marketplace were entitled to receive tax subsidies pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), or whether such subsidies were reserved for individuals who purchased health insurance through state exchanges.  134 more words

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King V. Burwell Decision: ACA Tax Credits Are Here To Stay In Wisconsin

Today, June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled on the court case King V. Burwell in favor of Burwell. The outcome of this case confirms the use of advance premium tax credits for consumers using a state exchange or the federal Health Insurance Marketplace ( 155 more words

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Supreme Court upholds ACA/Obamacare Subsidies

On June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court upheld ACA/Obamacare Premium Tax Subsidies on Federal and State Exchanges. This ruling confirms that Health Insurance Marketplaces in all states can continue to provide tax credits to individual policyholders.

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Washington Healthcare Update

From JDSupra, 6/23/15:

This Week: Leading Up to the SCOTUS King v. Burwell Decision… House Votes to Repeal the Medical Device Tax…  CMS Announces It Will Bolster Transitional Reinsurance Payments…  MedPAC Releases June Report to Congress. 126 more words

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A New Frontier in Government Innovation

In her thought piece on Internet Trends in 2015, Mary Meeker of KPCB noted that Government / Regulation / Policy Thinking was the sector of society least impacted by the internet to date. 1,537 more words

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U.S. Payments to Health Insurers Still Lack Verification - your tax dollars at work😉

Of course this tale of incompetence is not unique to the Obama administration, rather it is typical of massive government bureaucracy. What’s amazing is that most people accept this state of affairs as normal and indeed many Americans see more of the same federal involvement as the solution to just about every problem, especially “inequality.” Just take more in taxes and throw the money into this morass. 399 more words

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Back-end of HealthCare.gov remains in development

From FCW, 6/17/15:

More than 20 months after its troubled launch, the HealthCare.gov system still lacks an automated financial back end. That is a key takeaway from an internal watchdog… 115 more words

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