DOJ To Weigh In Next Month On Whether SCOTUS Should Take Up CSRs

By Amy Lotven / March 24, 2021 at 5:57 PM
The Biden administration has until April 26 to weigh in on whether it thinks the Supreme Court should take up insurers’ suit challenging the Trump-era decision not to pay the full amount of cost-sharing reduction payments owed insurers since 2017, despite the “silver loading” workaround. Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative, which is representing 101 insurers in a class action, asked the high court to review their case in a Feb. 24 petition . Five days earlier, Maine Community Health Center (MHCO)...

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