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Recent Case Developments: Federal Appellate Court Holds that the Affordable Care Act Does Not Authorize the Internal Revenue Service to Provide Tax Credits for Insurance Purchased on Federally-Facilitated Health Benefit Exchanges - Halbig v. Burwell

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Recent Case Developments: Federal Appellate Court Holds that the Affordable Care Act Does Not Authorize the Internal Revenue Service to Provide Tax Credits for Insurance Purchased on Federally-Facilitated Health Benefit Exchanges - Halbig v. Burwell

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Recent Case Developments: Federal Appellate Court Holds that the Affordable Care Act Does Not Authorize the Internal Revenue Service to Provide Tax Credits for Insurance Purchased on Federally-Facilitated Health Benefit Exchanges - Halbig v. Burwell

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Recent Case Developments: Federal Appellate Court Holds that the Affordable Care Act Does Not Authorize the Internal Revenue Service to Provide Tax Credits for Insurance Purchased on Federally-Facilitated Health Benefit Exchanges - Halbig v. Burwell

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Author Omar Aniff
Number 40
Volume 4
Publication AJLM
Journal Year 2014
 

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