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Michigan Attorney General Joins Another Lawsuit To Cripple Affordable Care Act

Jon Harrison
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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has joined a federal lawsuit in Washington, D.C., that, if successful, could cost Michigan consumers millions of dollars in health coverage tax credits.

It also could gut federal health overhauls, according to some.

But it also would free Michigan businesses from a mandate to provide coverage to their employees, according to the brief filed by Schuette on Feb. 6 in support of a lawsuit known as Halbig v. Sebelius.

Schuette has been a vocal opponent of the 2010 Affordable Care Act.

For the full article, see Robin Erb, "Attorney General Bill Schuette backs lawsuit that would gut tax credits for health coverage", Detroit Free Press, February 21, 2014.

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