The Supreme Court yesterday paved a potential path for additional legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that could change how employers and individuals are complying with the law. The Court ordered the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals to reexamine a case brought by Liberty University concerning the law’s mandates and regulations requiring private insurers to cover… Read more »
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The President offered another bipartisan compromise of the new health care law yesterday, endorsing a Senate amendment to move up an opt-out dates for states in complying with PPACA. However, the amendment still has critics on the Republican side that contend the compromise doesn’t offer as much flexibility as the President says.
The “employer mandate” issue is one of the most controversial aspects of comprehensive health care reform, and yesterday the Senate Health Education Labor and Pension (HELP) Committee released two proposals that it sent to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) for cost scoring. The proposal (which can be seen here) has two options. The first would… Read more »