Loss of HealthCare.gov subsidies could have devastating effect on N.J., study says

March 2, 2015

Joel Cantor, director of the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, cited Urban Institute estimates that New Jersey would lose $727 million a year, 237,000 Jerseyans would lose their subsidies and 239,000 New Jerseyans would drop coverage if the Supreme Court outlaws the HealthCare.gov subsidies.

NJBiz, March 2

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