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Flood of Briefs on Legality of ACA Subsidies Hits the Supreme Court
The New York Times; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Feb. 22, 2015
"Liberal groups are emphasizing states' rights, a theme calculated to appeal to conservative Supreme Court justices. The insurance industry, once a foe, has come to the aid of President Obama. Conservatives are mining legislative history to discern the intent of Democrats who wrote the [ACA]. And those Democrats are firing back, saying they know exactly what their intent was: to provide affordable health insurance to all Americans.... Such arguments are set forth in legal briefs flooding into the nation's highest court ahead of oral arguments March 4 that will challenge the payment of subsidies for health insurance in more than 30 states and could determine the fate of the health care law."

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