House, Administration Ask Court To Keep ACA Cost-Sharing Reduction Case On Hold
February 21, 2017
The House and the Trump administration on Tuesday (Feb. 21) asked a federal court to further delay a high-profile case over the ACA’s cost-sharing reduction payments to allow time for the parties to reach a resolution, potentially through legislation. The case had been on hold since Dec. 5 following a request from the House after President Donald Trump’s electoral win. Congressional Republicans recently signaled they plan to fund the CSRs, potentially as part of the reconciliation package currently being drafted...
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