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Silence, and Speculation, on ACA Subsidies Case in Supreme Court
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Nov. 3, 2014
"The legality of tax credits for individuals who shop for health insurance on federally run marketplaces is also under review now by the en banc U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. On Monday, the Obama administration filed its brief ... arguing that the challengers' view of the issue would lead to the operation of exchanges 'on which no individual could lawfully shop and no insurance plan could lawfully be sold.' The challengers' reply brief is due on November 17, and oral argument will be held on December 17.... The Supreme Court on Monday [prior to the government's filing of its brief to the D.C. Court of Appeals] set off a new round of questions and speculation about its view on a significant new threat to the federal health care law, taking no immediate action on an urgent plea to decide the issue swiftly. The Court did schedule another look at the case of King v. Burwell at the Justices' private Conference this Friday, raising the prospect that something may emerge a week from today."

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