An appeals court has thrown a wrinkle into the insurance exchange signups, saying federal subsidies should be available only in states with their own exchanges, like Connecticut, where an outreach worker is shown working with a consumer last year.
An appeals court has thrown a wrinkle into the insurance exchange signups, saying federal subsidies should be available only in states with their own exchanges, like Connecticut, where an outreach worker is shown working with a consumer last year. Jessica Hill the Associated Press
An appeals court has thrown a wrinkle into the insurance exchange signups, saying federal subsidies should be available only in states with their own exchanges, like Connecticut, where an outreach worker is shown working with a consumer last year. Jessica Hill the Associated Press

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