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  1. this is no doubt going to the supreme court. either way, all subsidies do is hide the actual cost of obamacare. how many people tout the low premiums while ignore the fact that taxpayers are paying the additional costs. obamacare is working? hardly. it hasn't even been fully implemented. its going to get a lot worse, conveniently after this falls elections. if insurance companies continually need to be bailed out by federal gov then something isn't working. insurance companies will continue to raise premiums and the gov will hide the additional costs and true premium costs through gov subsidies. cost of healthcare will continue to rise as more sick sign up. For progressives they see this as good thing. more people have healthcare...they ignore what will result, high cost, low innovation, and stagnant job growth... as they do with every liberal policy funny to listen to progressives yell 'law of the land', yet continue to want to make changes out of thin air and ignore the actual wording in the law.

  2. What is a waste are the negative comments about this grant. It is not your money so why would you even care? Go make millions and form your own foundation. That way you can give money for whatever reason or cause YOU choose. The Lilly family did and the Endowment carries on the purposes for which it was formed.

  3. sorry, cant have "intent" if no one knows what to "intend", hence Nancy's timeless words:

  4. The IBJ was so quick to report on the DC circuits ruling, but acts like the 4th circuit doesn't exist.

  5. The original intent of the law was to have each state setup its own exchange. A later amendment changed it so that states that did not want to set up exchanges, would have the Federal government set it up, for them. The intent of the subsidy was not between State or Federal government. It was every individual that qualified to apply for insurance through the exchanges. Other court cases all the way to the SCOTUS have looked into these occurrences in other laws and ruled that context matters more than a drafting mistake. No one had ever intended for the subsidies to only apply to State-setup exchanges, and NOT Federal exchanges.