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Supreme Court Votes to Uphold Affordable Care Act Provision

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On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a contentious portion of the Affordable Care Act dealing with subsidies. The 6-3 vote was a key win for the Obama administration, thus allowing it to continue offering tax subsidies not just in states with their own health insurance exchanges, but also in states where the insured rely on the federal government exchange.


Mary Agnes Carey, Kaiser Health News senior correspondent

David Levine, UC Hastings College of the Law professor

April Dembosky, KQED health reporter for The California Report

Sahil Kapur, political reporter for Bloomberg


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