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GOP-led states weigh options should Supreme Court rule against ACA subsidies

Several states with a history of opposition to state insurance exchanges are now weighing their options should the Supreme Court rule in favor of the plaintiffs in the upcoming  King v. Burwell  case.

Governors weigh options ahead of King v. Burwell

Many governors  at this weekend's National Governors Association winter meeting weighed in on what will happen should the Supreme Court decide that federal subsidies offered as a provision in the Affordable Care Act are illegal .

Panel: ACA will not disappear should Supreme Court side with King v. Burwell plaintiffs

With less than two weeks until the Supreme Court hears the  King v. Burwell  case regarding the legality of federal subsidies, the healthcare insurance industry continues to speculate over its potential outcome.

Payer, hospital groups defend ACA ahead of King v Burwell

With the  March 4 Supreme Court hearing on  King v. Burwell  looming, big business is stepping up to defend the healthcare reform law.

GOP's replacement for ACA should deeply worry hospitals

Oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the King v. Burwell case are less than a month away. That means members of the media have amped up the hand-wringing over how the ruling will go,...

King v. Burwell plaintiffs' argument called into question

David King, the lead plaintiff in the  upcoming Supreme Court case of King v. Burwell, apparently qualifies for veteran's medical coverage. This is significant for a number of reasons.

Hospitals urge Supreme Court not to strike down premium subsidies

Don't touch taxpayer premium subsidies.That was the unambiguous message the American Hospital Association and Federation of American Hospitals--and by extension, thousands of acute care providers--sent to the U.S. Supreme Court in the form of an amicus brief regarding the King v. Burwell case.

Working class would be hit hardest by ACA subsidy repeal

If the Supreme Court sides with the plaintiffs in the King v Burwell case, low- and middle-income workers will be hit hardest,  according to an Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation  r eport. 

Despite bumps in the road, healthcare leaders say ACA isn't going anywhere

The Affordable Care Act isn't going anywhere. At least that was the consensus from last week's annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference.

ACA subsidies 'essential' to individual market, studies show

If the U.S. Supreme Court determines federal subsidies are illegal when it rules in the King v. Burwell case, it would dramatically increase costs and lower enrollment in the individual market, according to two separate studies.