Politico: Language in Obamacare may end up hurting Democrats

By Stephanie Klein | July 23, 2014
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By Albert Merrick

Conflicting federal court rulings on Obamacare that may imperil the subsidies that 7.3 million Americans use to afford health care coverage are a result of “sloppy language” in the law, according to a Politico article on the rulings posted Tuesday.

​The rulings served as “another wake-up call for Democrats about the fragility of the health care law -and a reminder that whenever they think a lawsuit is no threat to the law, it’s probably a threat to the law.”

Read more at Truth Revolt.

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