(THE HILL) The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to revisit a ruling that struck down the ObamaCare subsidies issued through the federal exchange.
The announcement of the second hearing is a victory for the Obama administration, which suffered a defeat in late July, when a three-judge panel threw out the subsidies, ruling they were not legitimate under the Affordable Care Act.
The en banc order issued Thursday vacates the judges' July decision, eliminating, at least temporarily, a circuit split in the matter that could have led the Supreme Court to take up the case.
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