By Bill O'Neil
An update on a story we first brought to you last week on a potentially dangerous--and deadly loophole in the Affordable Care Act.
"I think it's a step forward, we need to break the cycle of abuse" said Congressman Lloyd Doggett--with the federal government set to clear the way for married victims of domestic violence to file for the tax credits attached to the the law on their own--if they're married to their abuser.
"At the same time, we have another federal agency saying they will extend for two more months for vicrims of domestic violence the opportunity to sign up for health insurance" the Congressman said.
Doggett and a number of Congressional colleagues first raised the concern last week.