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If Supreme Court rules against Obamacare, states have few options
If Supreme Court rules against Obamacare, states have few options

With Supreme Court arguments in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act just days away, a sense of impending crisis has hit state officials and patient advocates in many parts of the country. Many worry they have no good options. If the justices rule in favor of the challenge, it would wipe out insurance subsidies for millions of consumers in nearly three dozen states that use the federal HealthCare.gov marketplace established through the health law. Although consumers could still get aid in states that run their own marketplaces, officials in states that rely on the federal government fear they don't have the time or resources to set up their own exchanges, even if they...

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