Originally Posted by aaronc879
I haven't seen this mentioned yet. Does anyone know if our subsidies received so far this year would have to be paid back if the SC rules against them? Say I received a $300/mo subsidy Jan-Jun then the SC rules against them, does that just affect things from that date on or for the whole year, or not until next year's enrollment? I don't want to pay back $1800. That's more than 10% of my income.
I recall reading that it would not be retroactive but I suppose it would depend on how the decision is worded. Most legal scholars seem to believe that the Administration position is supported by legal precedent and that a victory by the plaintiffs would be a major change in that area of settled law. I hope those legal scholars are right.