Lawsuit Says Credits Can't Flow to Federally Run Markets

Scott Swier
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Posted on May 07, 2013

A group of small business owners has filed suit against President Obama’s health care law, breathing new life into a long-simmering debate on whether the law’s premium tax credits were solely intended for states that set up their own insurance markets.

The plaintiffs span six states and claim the government subsidies designed to help individuals buy health plans as of 2014 should not, under the strict language of the Affordable Care Act, be offered in states that decided to let the federal government set up their respective market places, or “exchanges.”

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