“At issue here,” said Fraser Trebilcock attorney Jonathan Raven, ” is whether or not individuals can receive subsidies for health insurance in states that use the federal exchange, or if those subsidies are available to taxpayers in states that started their own state exchanges, which eliminates millions of people in states using the federal exchange. Essentially, we’re talking about the “affordable” portion of the affordable care act. And today, two appeals courts reached two opposite conclusions.”
Raven, who Chairs Fraser Trebilcock’s Health Care Law Department, sat d
own with WILX-TV reporter, Ann Pierret to discuss what the rulings mean for people in Michigan. Look for her reports tonight, starting at 4pm.
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