From Sarah Kliff of the Washington Post's Health Reform Watch:
"A year ago, the Affordable Care Act starred front and center as the most-anticipated Supreme Court decision that session. This session, two rulings on same-sex unions took the spotlight: In one, the high court decided Wednesday to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, requiring the federal government to recognize gay marriages.
And this time around, the Affordable Care Act has a supporting role: to require the feds to recognize that same-sex marriages now change how the health law’s insurance expansion works."
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