I spoke with Rep. Kildee about AG Schuette’s decision to join an anti-ACA lawsuit that could cost Michiganders millions.
Last week, the news broke that Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette had signed on to a federal lawsuit that would raise taxes by eliminating tax credits available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). So far, 86 percent of the Michiganders who purchased policies through Healthcare.gov have received tax credits to help cover their costs. I wrote about the lawsuit here, questioning AG Schuette’s desire to penalize Michigan residents and likely leave many without health insurance.
U.S. Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) has now spoken out against Schuette’s decision, issuing a release headlined “I Can’t Comprehend Why Michigan’s Attorney General Wants to Raise Taxes on Michigan Residents.”
From the release: