States Move To Insurance Markets As Obamacare Decision Looms
Three states are moving to establish health care exchanges, insulating them from the impact of the Supreme Court's upcoming Obamacare ruling.By Matt Picht | June 15, 2015
"This should be an easy case. Frankly, it probably shouldn't have been taken up," President Obama told reporters.
The Obama administration has been nothing but confident that King v. Burwell, the current legal challenge in the Supreme Court against the president's signature health care law, will be decided in its favor.
But some states apparently aren't so sure the case will go the president's way. On Monday, three states were conditionally approved by the federal government to set up state-run health insurance marketplaces.