The clock is ticking for various state legislatures that are pondering a change in the way their residents enroll in public health insurance exchanges ahead of the widely anticipated June ruling in King v. Burwell on whether federal subsidies will be scrapped in 34 states that rely on for signups.

One such example is a joint resolution from Republicans in the Nevada Assembly and Senate, who want to dissolve the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, which enrolled 74,000 residents during the 2015 open-enrollment period.

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