U.S. Opposes Supreme Court Review of Obamacare Insurance Case

April 12, 2021, 2:27 PM

Health insurers who increased their premiums to make up for losses they incurred when the federal government stopped reimbursing them for lowering insureds’ out of pocket costs may not recover the full amount of the unpaid payments, the U.S. told the U.S. Supreme Court.

This is the latest chapter in a dispute between the federal government and health insurers who claim they didn’t get everything they were promised when they agreed to go along with Obamacare’s plan to make insurance more accessible and affordable for low-income Americans.

In this case, the insurers challenged the Trump administration’s decision to stop paying...

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