Apr 28, 2015

How Republicans could avoid spending offsets on Supreme Court Obamacare 'fix' | WashingtonExaminer.com

As they grapple with the potential fallout of a Supreme Court ruling that could strike down health insurance subsidies for millions of Americans, Republicans may expend a limited legislative tool to pass a bill to keep subsidies flowing without having to find new offsetting spending cuts. In the case King vs. Burwell, challengers argue that the text of President Obama's healthcare law restricted...

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