Ohio Report for Tuesday, July 22, 2014 House Report

Federal Court Rulings Leave Ohio ACA Subsidy's Fate In Flux

Two federal appeals court rulings issued Tuesday took opposing views on tax credits for those who purchase health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act's federal Health Insurance Marketplace - leaving the future of the subsidies in Ohio and other states in question.

The decisions could impact the nearly 132,000 Ohioans who have enrolled in exchange plans with financial assistance under the health care law, as well as citizens in other states that have deferred to the federal government for setting up exchanges.


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