Thomas Scully belives Obamacare will be delayed, even if SCOTUS upholds the law.
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Former CMS administrator Thomas Scully offers his explanation for life after the Supreme Court rules on the Affordable Care Act, assuming the law is upheld, President Obama is re-elected, and Congress remains sharply divided.

In a nutshell, Scully assumes that a grand bargain on the deficit, tax reform, and entitlement reform will - at the very least - delay implementation of Obamacare and possibly pare back subsidies on the exchanges.

Courtesy of an interview with Kaiser Health News.

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