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King v. Burwell: Congressional Intent and the Statutory Language Are Aligned
Ron Pollack, in Health Affairs ForefrontLink to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Feb. 5, 2015

"Some believe the King lawsuit is a contest between, on the one hand, congressional intent that premium subsidies should be provided in all states, versus, on the other hand, statutory language that says the opposite. Those who believe this formulation are half right: they are correct that Congress clearly intended subsidies to be provided to moderate-income families irrespective of whether their state of residence chose to run its marketplace directly instead of leaving it to the federal government; however, they are mistaken about the ACA's language, which equally clearly indicates that subsidies should be provided in all states."

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