A group of health care advocates warned that 210,000 New Jerseyans who used tax credits to buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act could lose their coverage if the U.S. Supreme Court decides the landmark law excluded New Jersey and 33 other states that relied on the federal government to run their insurance marketplaces.
As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares for oral argument in the King v. Burwell case, consumers, employers and health care advocates from around New Jersey gathered at the Statehouse to highlight the success of the Affordable Care Act and the potential impact the King case could have on our state.
The negative impact from King v. Burwell would transcend political party, with New Jerseyans in all Congressional Districts losing out big time.
New Jersey’s most recent Tax Expenditure Report released this week leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to accounting for the revenue being lost to the state’s business tax subsidy programs.
When Gov. Christie discussed his budget plan for 2016 on Tuesday, one very important word was conspicuously absent: transportation.