In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act by ruling that the individual mandate is legal under Congress’ power of taxation, while giving states more flexibility in deciding whether to participate in the law’sexpansion.
What does today’s decision mean for the implementation of the law and the political effort to repeal it?
Nick Gillespie sat down with Reason Magazine Senior Editorto discuss today’s ruling and its implications for health care policy.
- The dubious policy assumptions behind ObamaCare’s legal defense
- Dem. constitutional law prof. on ObamaCare Supreme Court case: Judge Kagen should recuse herself
- Mandatory health insuance both a tax & not a tax
- Yet Another Court Voids Obamacare’s Insurance Mandates | Our American Constitution