Trump's Threat to ACA Spurs Exchange Users to Seek Role in Suit

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Two Affordable Care Act cost-sharing reduction subsidy users, represented by Mayer Brown, are trying to get an official role in a lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's operation of the subsidy program. The ACA exchange participants said they fear the incoming Trump administration will not adequately represent their interest in protecting cost-sharing provisions of the health care law.

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  • DonRS

    Those "riding in the wagon" are demanding those "pulling the wagon" to go faster. Talk about "lack of standing"! Shakespeare was prophetic when he wrote, "first, kill all the lawyers". Clearly, we have too many starving lawyers, willing to take any case, no matter how frivolous!

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