In continuing news:

“Nonsubscriber” employers in Texas and their advocates are questioning their legal status and security after the recent Oklahoma Supreme Court ruling which declared Oklahoma’s “opt out” scheme unconstitutional. As The Texas Tribune reports, the decision “leaves some Texas attorneys and labor unions questioning whether the state’s nonsubscriber option for businesses will survive, but a spokesman for the Texas Department of Insurance said changes are unlikely because there are “significant differences” between the Oklahoma and Texas law. “

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