Trump boxed in on health subsidies after states’ legal win

THE U.S. COURT of Appeals in Washington granted 17 states and the District of Columbia the legal right to defend Obamacare subsidies, known as cost-sharing-reduction payments. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DHIRAJ SINGH
THE U.S. COURT of Appeals in Washington granted 17 states and the District of Columbia the legal right to defend Obamacare subsidies, known as cost-sharing-reduction payments. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DHIRAJ SINGH
NEW YORK - President Donald Trump’s power to clamp off critical Obamacare subsidies took a hit after a federal court ruled that a group of states can join a legal battle over the payments. Trump has threatened to end the subsidies if senators don’t resume their efforts to pass an overhaul of the Affordable Care…

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