There seems to be no end to the interpretive jujitsu government officials are willing to employ to save ObamaCare from its poorly written self.
The newest example comes from the Internal Revenue Service.
Under the terms of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (i.e. ObamaCare), the IRS is charged with accounting for an important subsidy program. The subsidies are tax credits that help reduce the cost of health insurance bought on a state-run exchange.
The credits are needed because ObamaCare’s litany of mandates – such as requiring insurers to accept…
"What a small and politically vicious man New York's new mayor is. Bill de Blasio doesn't like charter schools. ... Some 70,000 of the city's one million students, most black or Hispanic, attend charter schools, mostly in poorer neighborhoods. Charter schools are privately run but largely publicly financed. Their teachers are not unionized. Their students usually outscore their counterparts at conventional…[more]