Boehner’s lawsuit and the 2016 election
With the Supreme Court decision, it appears the Affordable Care Act will stand, but that doesn’t mean the law’s troubles are over. NPR’s Renee Montagne talks to KHN’s Julie Rovner.
After the ruling, the HHS secretary says the administration faces challenges to enroll more people and expand Medicaid.
Among the challenges for these online exchanges set up by the health law is attracting more customers, keeping consumers’ health costs affordable and quality high, and finding enough financing.
The president says that ‘in many ways, the law is working better than we expected it to.’
Lawmakers and policy experts offered a range of views on the ruling.
Those receiving subsidies express relief, jubilation at high court’s decision.
News From Around The Web
KHN rounds up news stories from various news outlets on the Supreme Court’s decision. Check back for updates.
KHN’s Mary Agnes Carey discusses the King v. Burwell decision with legal analyst Stuart Taylor Jr., of the Brookings Institution, and KHN senior correspondent Julie Appleby.
Obamacare Exchanges: State By State
Where were subsidies in jeopardy? This map provides a breakdown of the
different kinds of health law marketplaces. Find Out More About The Map