Maine Co-Op Officially Asks SCOTUS To Take Up Risk Corridor Case

February 05, 2019
Maine Community Health Options (MCHO), one of dozens of issuers that sued the government over its failure to pay about $12 billion in risk corridor payments owed to industry, has officially asked the Supreme Court to review the Federal Circuit appeals court’s decision in favor of the administration. The Feb. 4 filing argues that the appeals court decision ignores precedent and, if upheld, would undermine the trust in the government to meet its contractual obligations. MCHO says the high court...

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