A Guide To The Supreme Court’s Next Health Law Challenge
Also on Wednesday, lawyers for Sen. Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican, sought to convince a federal appeals court that the health law had harmed him.
Examining The Questions Surrounding King v. Burwell
[T]he Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on March 4 as part of its process to determine whether subsidies are legal to help U.S. residents purchase coverage through the federal exchange. While the answer to that question seems straightforward, there are many complicated issues involved in King v. Burwell. (Wilson, 1/21)
Earlier KHN coverage: If High Court Strikes Federal Exchange Subsidies, Health Law Could Unravel (Rovner, 12/2)
The Associated Press:
Issue On Appeal: Did Health Care Reform Rules Hurt Senator?
Lawyers for U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson sought on Wednesday to revive the Wisconsin Republican's challenge to the federal health care overhaul, arguing before an appellate panel that he was indeed harmed by executive rules associated with the legislation. (Tarm, 1/21)