As Concern over Subsidies Looms, Fate of Exchanges Hangs in Balance

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Even though no legislation repealing the Affordable Care Act has been signed into law, inaction by the Trump administration on a major lawsuit is imperiling one of the key foundations of the law: the government-run exchanges. The administration has asked the court for three more months to decide whether to pursue an appeal against a U.S. district court’s ruling that the subsidies paid to help people purchase insurance on government-run insurance exchanges are illegal. The ruling was stayed pending an appeal first filed by the Obama administration. The added delay is causing concern – if not panic – among insurers…
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