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SCOTUS_King v Burwell
In a 6-3 decision issued Thursday, June 25, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of  King v Burwell that federal subsidies for people to buy insurance through the Affordable Care Act (Act) are constitutional.  The issue in the case was whether subsidies would only be allowed if the subsidies were given through exchanges that the states set up themselves.  Because 34 declined to set up their own exchanges and defaulted to the federal exchanges instead, the question was whether the provision of subsidies through the federal exchange was authorized by the Act.  According to Utah Policy, approximately 87 percent of enrollees in the federal exchanges receive subsidies to buy health insurance, or about 6.4 million people according to the Obama administration.  In Utah, 67 percent of Utahns who use the federal exchange will be able to keep their subsidies.
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What is the Health Insurance Marketplace?  It was created by the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) and is set up as a new way to find It can help if you don’t have coverage now or if you have it but want to look at other options.
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