49 economics scholars think Halbig (and King) is a big deal

I’m one of them.

Here’s our recently-filed amicus brief that explains “the economic reasons why premium subsidies are essential to achieving the reforms of the health care system that Congress seeks through the Affordable Care Act.”

Subsidies matter, a lot. Without them, many more people will be uninsured, premiums will go up, and markets may fail. As best I can tell, nobody contests that. And, it seems, some welcome it.

@afrakt

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