Tag Archives: House v. Burwell

Did the Court Get it Right in House v. Burwell? By Nicholas Bagley

by Nicholas Bagley — Thursday, June 2, 2016

I have a new piece at the New England Journal of Medicine siding with the district court on the merits of the appropriations dispute between the House of Representatives and the Obama administration. Here’s a taste:2 The problem with the administration’s argument is that, by statute, a law “may be construed to make an appropriation […]

Don’t Panic About House v. Burwell, by Nicholas Bagley

by Nicholas Bagley — Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Don’t panic about House v. Burwell. From the New York Times on what might happen if the House prevails in House v. Burwell: A study by the Department of Health and Human Services estimated that premiums for midlevel “silver plans” could rise by nearly 30 percent without [cost-sharing] reimbursements. Many consumers would be protected, since […]