Two wildly different rulings on Obamacare issued just hours apart Tuesday — one a major setback to the health care law and the other a victory for the administration.
First, a three-judge panel appeals court in D.C. ruled the Affordable Care Act only authorizes subsidies for Americans who bought their insurance through markets created by the states — not by the feds. (Via Getty Images)
But hours later, the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said just the opposite — siding with the Obama administration and setting the stage for what will almost certainly be a long, drawn-out legal battle.
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