The Supreme Court decided Friday that it will hear a challenge to the legality of premium subsidies in the federal exchange.
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The court decided to hear the appeal in King v. Burwell, in which the Fourth Circuit Court ruled that Obamacare premium subsidies to customers in HealthCare.gov states were legal. The D.C. Circuit had ruled hours before in the best-known case, Halbig v. Burwell, that the text of the law restricts subsidies to state-run exchanges only– creating a circuit split that made it possible the Supreme Court would issue a final ruling.