As SCOTUS decision on King v. Burwell approcahes, CATO offers primer to help analyze the complexities of behind this landmark ruling…

Replacing ObamaCare: The Cato Institute on Health Care Reform

By – Michael F. Cannon – Director of Health Policy Studies
Cato Institute

The Supreme Court will rule in a matter of days on a major case concerning ObamaCare. The lawsuit, King v. Burwell, challenges the federal government’s authority to impose taxes on 60-70 million employers and individuals, and then use that revenue to subsidize ObamaCare coverage for 6.5 million individuals in states that did not establish health insurance exchanges.

I thought you would appreciate some resources to help explain the background and complexities of this imminent ruling.

A few years ago, Michael Tanner and I assembled a definitive collection of research and innovative ideas on ObamaCare and health care reform. Now, for a limited time, click here to download this free eBook, Replacing ObamaCare: The Cato Institute on Health Care Reform. Articles by over a dozen national experts explain how repealing ObamaCare and replacing it with individual liberty will make health care better, more affordable, and more secure—particularly for the most vulnerable in our society—because that’s what freedom and innovation do. At that link you will also find additional resources with updates on King v. Burwell.

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