WITH SUBSIDIES CASE, JUSTICES HAVE OBAMACARE'S FATE IN THEIR HANDS YET AGAIN King v. Burwell | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

WITH SUBSIDIES CASE, JUSTICES HAVE OBAMACARE'S FATE IN THEIR HANDS YET AGAIN King v. Burwell | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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WITH SUBSIDIES CASE, JUSTICES HAVE OBAMACARE'S FATE IN THEIR HANDS YET AGAIN King v. Burwell

21 No. 18 WJINTPROP 10By Michael Scott Leonard, Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 5 pages)

WITH SUBSIDIES CASE, JUSTICES HAVE OBAMACARE'S FATE IN THEIR HANDS YET AGAIN King v. Burwell

21 No. 18 WJINTPROP 10By Michael Scott Leonard, Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw JournalsWestlaw Journal Intellectual Property (Approx. 5 pages)

21 No. 18 Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property 10
Westlaw Journal Intellectual Property
*1 December 24, 2014
Health Law
By Michael Scott Leonard, Senior Legal Writer, Westlaw Journals
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WITH SUBSIDIES CASE, JUSTICES HAVE OBAMACARE'S FATE IN THEIR HANDS YET AGAIN

King v. Burwell

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The U.S. Supreme Court will decide this term whether the need-based subsidies that form a key part of the Affordable Care Act should be available in all 50 states or only in those that chose to set up their own health insurance exchanges.
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