“Those that have experienced ObamaCare using HealthCare.gov first hand are calling for major changes, not only for themselves but for all Americans,” said FGA CEO Tarren Bragdon.
The Supreme Court is getting ready to hand down the biggest ObamaCare decision since its original case five years ago. If the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell win, it could upset the entire exchange system and nullify the IRS subsidies for HealthCare.gov enrollees. A new poll taken by FGA finds that even Democrats enrolled in ObamaCare plans want serious changes.
In fact, 82% of split-ticket voters, 79% of Republicans, and 68% of Democrats on the federal exchange support changes to ObamaCare that help everyone, not just those on the federal health care exchange.Read More
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The Supreme Court will issue a ruling in the landmark King v. Burwell case in the next several months and depending upon where the court lands, it could create drastic problems for the federal ObamaCare exchange.
As the FGA’s own Josh Archambault has explained before, if the Supreme Court justices rule that subsides given to the federal exchange enrollees where “illegal,” and that “the IRS should never have given them out” in the first place, that means the federal subsidies would disappear.
That could have a huge impact in the 34 states that do not have their own exchange.
A new poll by the Foundation for Government Accountability finds that voters in those states that rely on the federal health care exchange think that instead of setting up their own state exchange, Congress needs to clean up the ObamaCare mess they created.Read More