Trevor Burrus and Elizabeth Wydra talked about the legal aspects Supreme Court justices would consider following oral argument in King v. Burwell. The case concerns the legality of the Internal Revenue Service extending tax-credit subsidies to health insurance plans sold through federally-administered exchanges as well as state-run exchanges.
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The fate of Obamacare is up in the air – again – as the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case which could remove the insurance subsidies from the federal exchanges. Which way is SCOTUS leaning?
For the second time, the US Supreme Court is considering a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Federal health insurance subsidies for seven million Americans will depend on how the Justices rule on arguments they heard today. Discussion includes CAC's Elizabeth Wydra.
Elizabeth Wydra of the Constitutional Accountability Center talked about an amicus brief she wrote in the King v. Burwell case arguing in favor of subsidies for users of federally-run health care exchanges.
CAC's Elizabeth Wydra appeared on FOX News Channel's "Happening Now" to discuss oral arguments in the latest Affordable Care Act challenge in the Supreme Court, King v. Burwell.
The justices are going to be asked to decide if it’s legal for the administration to give subsidies to those who live in states that rely on the federal marketplace for their insurance. The suit is being brought up by four individuals from Virginia, but just who exactly are these plaintiffs? The administration argues they have no legal standing. Lisa Stark investigates. Features CAC's Elizabeth Wydra.