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States Try to Protect Health Exchange Subsidies in Wake of Court Ruling
The Wall Street Journal; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
July 27, 2014
"[S]ome of the 36 states in which the federal government has a role in the exchanges are moving to shore up their status. Some are saying publicly that their exchanges have always been state-operated. Others are trying to make the case that they should be considered to have state exchanges regardless of federal involvement. Still others, such as Arkansas, are pushing ahead to take over their exchanges, which would likely free them from the effects of any court decision."

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