Tag Archives: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

King Decision on ACA Subsidies

On July 22, 2014, two conflicting decisions on the legality of insurance subsidies provided in federally established health care exchanges were handed down. In the Halbig decision, discussed previously in this blog, the D.C. Circuit of the U.S. Court of … Continue reading

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The Shaky Future of the ACA Employer Penalty After Halbig

In a previous post, we discussed the murky legal status of insurance subsidies in federally established insurance exchanges. This post will focus on the July 22, 2014 decision in Halbig v. Burwell and the impact this ruling will have if … Continue reading

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Conflicting Federal Rulings Issued Today on ACA

Earlier today, two circuits of the U.S. Court of Appeals handed down conflicting rulings regarding the legality of insurance subsidies offered in connection with federally facilitated exchanges. The controversy surrounding these subsidies involves language found in the Affordable Care Act … Continue reading

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