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A Supreme Court decision is expected to hold dramatic consequences for the nation’s health care system

The U.S. Supreme Court decided in 1984 that judges should defer to federal agencies in interpreting ambiguous parts of statutes. Called the Chevron rule, the court ruled that it should let experts decide how best to handle issues. The U.S. Supreme Court overruled Chevron in June. That may throw health care into chaos. This article is long and a bit wonky but important. It explains the effects possible to our health care.

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