As the end of June approaches, so does the Supreme Court’s decision in the highly anticipated King v. Burwell case. For those who don’t know, the King case will determine whether consumers in the federally facilitated marketplaces (FFM) can receive tax subsidies under the Affordable Care Act. It is a technical argument being made by the challengers but it has very real world implications for the millions of consumers receiving the tax credits in the 34 states where the FFM operates. The Kaiser Family Foundation has done a new analysis which looks at how many consumers would lose the tax subsidies and what the average impact is on those consumers. To read the press release from the Kaiser Family Foundation, click here and to look at their interactive map that gives details by state, click here.