Hybrid states face challenges in light of King v. Burwell ruling

States that set up hybrid, state-federal partnership exchanges could face significant challenges should the Supreme Court side with the plaintiffs in the upcoming King v. Burwell case regarding the legality of federal subsidies. Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Delaware and New Hampshire all have residents purchase coverage through Healthcare.gov but control certain aspects of the exchange, according to Employee Benefit Adviser. If the high court does indeed find that subsidies are not available on the federal exchange, these states face a difficult decision about whether it is worth creating their own state-run exchange. Article