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November 12, 2014


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I am no expert on the specific provisions of the ACA or on rules for interpreting disputed statutory language. That said I would ask those on FL whether the ACA as a whole may actually be read in a manner which is consistent with the "plain meaning" of the phrase at the heart of the matter?

I have read commentary that the ACA can be read to only subsidize people who get their insurance through state exchanges. This provides an incentive for the states to set up their own exchanges. No idea is this is really the case.

If there is a way to read the statute in a way that makes it work, then the Court may avoid having to look into "intent" and all that entails.

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