The President's administration is asking for a 90 day delay before making a decision on whether to fight a court decision that could undo a section of the Affordable Care Act's cost-sharing reduction or drop its appeal, according to an article on The Hill.

Cost share reductions are an estimated $7 billion a year expenditure to insurance companies participating in ObamaCare to reduce deductibles for low income people who have their own insurance coverage.

We talked with a health care insurance expert from Ameriflex, Roger Abramson Tuesday morning on Rochester's Good Morning about how this probable delay would affect the insurance industry..

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House Republicans had argued back in 2014 that those payments should have been funded through a congressional appropriation. The Hill reported that last year, a federal judge ruled in favor of the House, but the Obama administration appealed and the money has kept flowing during the appeal.