Jun 20, 2015

GOP's latest Obamacare plan: End insurance mandates if Supreme Court kills subsidies | WashingtonExaminer.com

A group of House Republicans thinks that if the Supreme Court strips federal Obamacare subsidies from the more than 30 states using the federal insurance exchange, Congress should respond by exempting those states from some of the toughest Affordable Care Act mandates. The idea from Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., is a far cry from what Democrats mostly likely want to see, which is a legislative fix to...

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