U.S. Court of Appeals Didn’t “Blow Up” the ACA

U.S. Court of Appeals Didn’t “Blow Up” the ACA

Last Tuesday, two U.S. courts of appeals issued conflicting rulings on whether the health insurance subsidies are available to ONLY people in states that have created their own exchanges or to residents of all states. The cases center on a brief description in the ACA that says subsidies will be available "through an exchange established by the State." To learn more and find out how the rulings affect health centers, check out the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Policy Shop Blog