It looks like the sloppy wording in the Affordable Care Act cuts both ways.

We’ve been talking about the various challenges to the law arising out of drafting errors, in particular the vagaries of whether individuals seeking coverage on federally-run exchanges substitutes for state exchanges if the state refuses to implement one, can qualify for coverage subsidies. But there’s another drafting issue that could lock states which choose not to expand Medicaid into maintaining their current level of coverage and not cutting it further. The Hill explains.