The court ruled it was not legal. They stayed their decision. Again. You have made progress today. That's fairly new for you. So, i'll leave it there as I am sure your pretty well tired.I doubt you will even admit that your ruling does not have any force of law
No force of law. Subsidies are legal in all exchangesThe court ruled it was not legal. They stayed their decision. Again. You have made progress today. That's fairly new for you. So, i'll leave it there as I am sure your pretty well tired.
Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville
The Federal exchanges are the same thing as the state exchanges due to this wording.(c) Failure to establish Exchange or implement requirements
(1) In general
(A) a State is not an electing State under subsection (b); or
(B) the Secretary determines, on or before January 1, 2013, that an electing State—
(i) will not have any required Exchange operational by January 1, 2014; or
(ii) has not taken the actions the Secretary determines necessary to implement—
(I) the other requirements set forth in the standards under subsection (a); or
(II) the requirements set forth in subtitles A and C and the amendments made by such subtitles;
the Secretary shall (directly or through agreement with a not-for-profit entity) establish and operate such Exchange within the State and the Secretary shall take such actions as are necessary to implement such other requirements.
One of you will end up here next!
also if you read the thing you quoted it said the Secretary shall operate not the state. therefore it wasn't established by the state but by the secretary.
so please tell me when the position of secratary was given statehood?
accoring to the last definition by the Secretary state meant states and not the federal government.
you are trying to play word games that don't exist.