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SAN DIEGO — No matter what happens at this point with King vs. Burwell in June — which is when nearly everyone expects the Supreme Court to rule on the subsidy case — PPACA could very well work its way back there sooner rather than later.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is suing the feds because he’s convinced they’re trying to strong-arm his state into accepting Medicaid expansion by taking away other federal funding for hospitals in lower-income areas. To be fair, I’m oversimplifying a much more complicated issue, but at its heart, Scott is upset because he’s convinced the feds are taking some federal money away because he refused to take some other federal money — because it’s PPACA blood money as far as he is concerned. (Besides, he would love to run for Senate next year.)

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