WASHINGTON (AP) - House Republican leaders are laying out a plan to temporarily continue health care subsidies for millions of people should the Supreme Court annul the aid.

WASHINGTON (AP) House Republican leaders are laying out a plan to temporarily continue health care subsidies for millions of people should the Supreme Court annul the aid.

The approach would allow states to obtain block grants to continue the aid. If states turn down the grants, individuals could receive tax subsidies directly as they do now.

The money would be used to shop for health insurance in a reordered marketplace without requirements for most people to carry insurance and most employers to offer it.

The plan would sunset after no more than two years, according to Republican Congressman Dennis Ross of Florida.

The plan was presented in a closed-door meeting Wednesday.

A Supreme Court ruling in a suit against President Barack Obama's health care law is expected this month.