This King v. Burwell case sure has everyone worked up. So much so that the math doesn't even add up – but, hey, what are millions among taxpayers?

On the same day this week, two separate think tanks dropped studies on what a subsidy smack down would mean for consumers.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – working with The Urban Institute – found that a ruling for King could toss 8.2 million out of the exchanges. In turn, that would jack up average premiums 35 percent, according to the Urban researchers.

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