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With the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act ruling Thursday, states who have set up their own insurance exchanges must now figure out what to do with their plans.

What will happen to state-run insurance exchanges?

Jun 26, 2015
Letting Healthcare.gov take over may make sense.
Posted In: Obamacare, Affordable Care Act, healthcare, scotus, Supreme Court

Supreme Court: employers must monitor 401(k) plans

May 19, 2015
The ruling also makes it easier for employees to sue.
Posted In: 401(k), scotus, retirement savings plan
Guards stand in front of the Supreme Court building in August in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court hears pregnancy case

Dec 3, 2014
If the former UPS worker wins, employers could face an avalanche of pregnancy-discrimination lawsuits.
Posted In: pregnancy, Supreme Court, scotus

After court verdict, what do I do with Aereo account?

Jun 25, 2014
Now that video streaming company Aereo has lost out to major broadcasters, what will its users do?
Posted In: Aereo, ABC vs. Aereo, Supreme Court, scotus, streaming tv

Is TV streaming illegal? Aereo and the high court

Apr 22, 2014
The Supreme Court heard arguments about the legality of broadcast TV streaming operator Aereo.
Posted In: Aereo, scotus

Supreme Court to decide: Is severance pay taxed?

Jan 14, 2014
A case before the court involves whether the government should be allowed to take payroll taxes from severance pay.
Posted In: Supreme Court, scotus, severance

Following the money on the new IRS rules

Nov 27, 2013
How much light will the new IRS rules shed on political dark money?
Posted In: Citizens United, political donors, scotus

Could the Supreme Court deal another blow to unions?

Nov 13, 2013
The Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday in a case that could weaken union-organizing efforts.
Posted In: unions, labor, blue collar, Supreme Court, scotus

The health care mandate and your wallet

Jun 29, 2012
The Supreme Court ruled that President Obama's health care mandate is constitutional. So what does that mean for citizens?
Posted In: Adriene Hill, Taxes, IRS, Affordable Care Act, scotus

Looking deeper at SCOTUS health care decision

Jun 28, 2012
In a 5-4 decision -- the way the U.S. Supreme Court likes to roll out all big-time decisions lately -- the Court has upheld president Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The key vote in favor came from Chief Justice John Roberts. The U.S. economy that's been preparing to implement this huge law can carry on -- basically.
Posted In: health care, scotus

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