Conservative foes of the Affordable Care Act hope to convince an appellate panel on Tuesday that federal subsidies offsetting the cost of health insurance are available only for policies purchased by individuals through state-created exchanges — not through exchanges created by the federal government.

The federal government steps in and creates exchanges when states decline to form their own. Federal exchanges now operate in two-thirds of the states. The subsidies are actually premium tax credits.

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