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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (Photo: Michael A. Scarcella) Health insurers have been suing the federal government in an effort to collect billions of dollars that were offered to them through the Affordable Care Act risk corridors health insurance subsidy program.(Photo: Michael A. Scarcella)

A federal appeals court panel today issued a 2-1 ruling that could cost some health insurers billions of dollars in Affordable Care Act subsidy program payments, and could push all federal vendors to determine whether the payment arrangements they have with the federal government are actually contracts.

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