A decision against the government could strike a blow to the heart of the ACA, sending a strong message that the administration has gone far beyond its legal authority in interpreting and changing the law. That would make it even more difficult for the administration to continue to make extra-legal changes in the future to this dysfunctional law.
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Two Lawsuits Could Strike New Blows to the ACA June 12, 2014 Commentary
One case is before the U.S. Supreme Court involving the law’s affront to religious liberty. The other is before the influential D.C. Circuit Court, challenging the Obama administration’s decision to allow taxpayer subsidies for health insurance to flow through federally-created health insurance exchanges.
Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame on the The Small Business Advocate to report on the latest changes to ObamaCare and how the Veterans Aministration’s flawed health care system could be a lesson in how bad ObamaCare could become. Listen to…
Indiana’s Innovative Medicaid Expansion Idea Could Chart A Path For Major Reform Going Forward May 19, 2014 Commentary
By: Grace-Marie Turner I have been a huge fan of the popular Healthy Indiana Plan since it was conceived by former Gov. Mitch Daniels in 2008 as a way to expand sensible health coverage to uninsured Hoosiers. Daniels’ successor, Gov.…
The Insurance-Salesman-In-Chief Makes His Numbers But Millions More Are Harmed April 4, 2014 Commentary
President Obama is bragging about the people enrolled in ObamaCare, but he isn’t talking about the millions of people who his law harmed in the process.